Championed by owner/founder Chris Goode, Ruby Jean’s is a local juicery and eatery that offers fresh, health-conscious dining and dieting options to Kansas Citians—and an inspiring story driven by community involvement and investment.
Explore some of his Kansas City favorites:
Kansas City’s very own coffee camper is more than a fun novelty—the coffee is excellent, and the positivity is very real. During winter months, find them in a semi-permanent space in the Crossroads Arts District. When it’s warmer out, track down the Wild Way posted around the metro, including their popular spot right next to Martini Corner.
Found in the blossoming West Bottoms district, The Campground pairs unparalleled spirits with stylish digs in one of the city’s hottest cocktail concepts. Post up post-work or pre-dinner to enjoy a lively menu featuring house-made drinks, wine and beer, plus brunch, lunch and dinner.
Ruby Jean's Juicery – Downtown: 1111 Main St., Suite 165
Ruby Jean’s Kitchen & Juicery: 3000 Troost Ave.
From late-night hangouts and favorite taco joints to morning routines and coffee runs, peek behind the curtain to experience a day in the life of some of the makers and doers driving Kansas City’s creative movement—and defining a lasting local culture.
Tune in to KCPT on May 16 at 7:30 p.m. to view a special, 30-minute version of the My KC series, highlighting the everyday lives of some of KC’s most prominent movers, makers and shakers.