JAN. 10-19, 2020

Celebrate Kansas City’s premier dining event at hundreds of restaurants throughout the metro. Savor and save with special multicourse menus during the 10-day event, all with a portion of proceeds benefitting The Don Bosco Centers.

January 10-19 / KCRestaurantWeek.com / #KCRW2020


Kansas City Restaurant Week (KCRW) is for the people. Check out hot new concepts making waves in the culinary scene, visit buzzy spots that you’ve yet to try or enjoy tried-and-true favorites, all for either $15 or $35. No matter where you decide to dine, everyone wins thanks to special multicourse lunch and dinner menus at discounted prices.

Flexible pricing means diners don’t have to break the bank to sample creations from some of the best chefs in KC. Plus, with multiple courses, splurging on appetizers and desserts means “what next?” not “what if?”

See the Restaurants


As one of the most popular annual events in the city, KCRW means big business (and big crowds) for area restaurants. The longer you wait to make reservations, the more difficult it becomes to get a table, especially on weekends and at buzzier restaurants.

Thankfully, “week” is defined a little loosely during KCRW, as the event takes place over the course of 10 days and two weekends. Keep these tips in mind when booking reservations:

  • Book as early as possible! 
  • Dine during off-peak hours.
  • Make reservations during the second weekend, which tends to see slightly smaller crowds.
  • Try new restaurants and restaurants that you’ve never visited before.

Community Comes First

KCRW is about more than just incredible meals and incredible value. Participating restaurants pledge to donate 10 percent of sales from each meal to benefit an annual charity partner and two founding beneficiaries.

The 2020 Community Partner is The Don Bosco Centers. For 80 years, the organization has empowered individuals and families to achieve self-sufficiency and independence through a comprehensive network of services tailored to the needs of Kansas City’s ethnically rich and culturally diverse community.

KCRW’s founding beneficiaries include the Visit KC Foundation and the Greater KC Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.


With so many restaurants to choose from in just 10 days, it can be difficult to prioritize and plan your outings. Thankfully, the new KCRW mobile app has you covered. Available on both Android and Apple devices, the free app puts convenience at your fingertips with a number of tremendous features, including the ability to make reservations (using OpenTable), a wish list function, restaurant map, exclusive photo filters and tons more.

To download the app, visit the following links:


Whether it’s sharing photos of your favorite dishes or finding your next great meal, social is a key component to the KCRW experience. Follow all of the official accounts to keep up-to-date with everything #KCRW2020: