Founded in1989, this Columbus Park neighborhood restaurant is known for its classic Italian cuisine. Garozzo’s offers private dining lunch and dinner menu packages as well as their regular menu for small groups. The venue has three separate spaces available: The VIP (seats 32), the back room (seats 40) and the front room (seats 55). Minimum stipulations apply for large groups. Garozzo’s can also accommodate smaller groups in its dining room.
Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue
Kansas City is famous for its world-class barbecue. Jack Stack offers two convenient locations for groups. The Plaza location can accommodate smaller groups of a dozen or less. The Freight House location in the Crossroads Arts District offers inside private dining (seats 50) and patio dining (seats 80) with no minimum number. No charge for either space. Private dining menu only. Rates vary for lunch, dinner, weekday or weekend.
This hearty gastropub has a private room for groups (15-50 seated, up to 80 for cocktail reception). No fee for the room. Blvd Tavern provides all food and alcohol. Street and lot parking nearby. The twice-fried chicken wings are a highlight on the eclectic menu.
Specializing in superb modern and traditional German cuisine, Affäre is able to serve both large and small groups. They charge no fee for the private dining room (seats 50, up to 70 standing) and outdoor courtyard (seats 25, up to 40 standing).
This downtown French restaurant offers two- and three-course lunch banquet packages for groups ($19-30/person, tax and gratuity not included). Appetizer, bottomless mimosa and wine packages are also available. Charisse also has several rooms available for private dining that include The Drawing Room (seats 22), The Walnut Room (seats 34) and the entire restaurant (seats 80).