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Beef & Bottle

Beef & Bottle is Kansas City’s newest elevated burger and steak joint with a heavy emphasis on locally raised Wagyu beef and a large assortment of bottles, beers, wines and spirits. The concept was born in 2022 when DAVINCI KC partnered with the Naylor Family and KC Cattle Company to bring Beef & Bottle to TaleGate at Pennway Point.

There’s no doubt that Kansas City is a sports town. That’s why the owners of Brooksider Sportsbar are tackling Beef & Bottle, giving a next-level tavern experience and a new place to cheer on your favorite teams.

The vibrant space will house a full-service bar and kitchen on the first level, with fixtures and decor consisting of brick, natural timbers, a large brass bar complemented with neon signage and antique porcelain glass coolers housing our large assortment of bottles, beers, wines and spirits on display for our patrons. 

Upstairs at Beef & Bottle, you will find the Funk House — an homage to the building’s original use as the former Funkhouser Equipment Depot building. Funkhouser sold most of the large-scale heavy equipment that helped build Kansas City starting in 1908. The two-story brick depot building boasts 100+ year old brick facades with exposed, large timbered beams, high  ceilings and character telling the stories and tales from Kansas City’s past. 

The Funk House is an elevated, funky sports lounge that will literally take the Beef & Bottle experience to the next level!

The space transforms to a hip lounge when the sound of funk, soul and blues music played on vinyl permeates the space. The Funk House is also the key entry to the five sky boxes in the TaleGate Beer Garden, affording guests a prime view of the TaleGate indoor stage. The private spaces can be rented out for parties, corporate events and bottle service for concerts and events.

Beef & Bottle will be Kansas City’s newest, most different (and best) joint to grab a burger and a beverage while hanging out to watch your favorite team or just tosoak up the good vibes. The motto? “Why limit happy to just an hour?”

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