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A very new hotel in downtown KC with large rooms and excellent staff. The showers are very large and the water heats in near record time! Large fluffy towels to dry yourself. The beds are large, but a little difficult to climb up on if...More
This area has been revitalized and is a very vibrant area to visit in KC. There are at least 4 breweries in the area, art shops, pubs, live music and a real cool record store. This area is now safe to walk around at night...More
The revitalization of this area of Kansas City in the past decade or so has been brilliant. It is a great place to explore anytime, but a fabulous place to be on First Fridays . . . art, shopping, and restaurants.
We saw OAR in September and I absolutely LOVED it! This was my first time at Crossroads and it was a great show. I love that this place is a much smaller venue than most. Wear comfy shoes because there is not a lot of...More
This was our first time at this venue and we will be looking to see who is playing there for another visit. There was good information on the website about seating(and standing), food and drink availability and parking. We got our tickets online, got there...More
The Crossroads district in just off downtown Kansas City, Missouri is loaded with galleries, exhibits and boutique restaurants. For those looking for high end dining, there are several very nice, popular venues on the south end, bordering the railyards. The area has become hughly popular...More
Take some time and enjoy the Crossroads District on your next "first friday" or on the weekend. There are now lots of galleries, art shops and restaurants I bet you haven't tried yet and it's really put a shine on the south side of downtown...More
The Crossroads has evolved over the years as the arts district. As more and more artists moved into the area it was naturally followed by a number of small galleries and eventually, a number of restaurants ranging from cheap eats to fine dining.