Our neighborhood is expanding!
Located in Kansas City’s most accessible location right between Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri. Originally established in 1871, the Stockyards area quickly expanded from its original 13 acres to 55, adding multiple loading docks on both the Kansas and Missouri Pacific tracks, new sheds for hogs and sheep and developed one of the largest horse and mule markets in the country.
A Health Club within the urban core combining personal attention, an inviting atmosphere and all the equipment needed to attain personal fitness goals. The Yards Athletic Club is committed to providing a personal and comfortable fitness experience for each member and guest. We uphold the highest standards of safety, cleanliness, and FUN. Our goal is for each individual who exercises at The Yards to feel stronger, energized, motivated and confident.
A locally owned urban winery producing small lots of handcrafted wines attracting wine enthusiasts, wine tasters and events. Amigoni Winery is the only winery in the state that exclusively grows Vitis Vinifera grapes. Enjoy their beautiful tasting room in the urban core of Kansas City’s West Bottoms, inside the historic Daily Drover Telegram Newspaper building, built in 1909. Amigoni has succeeded in bringing their wines to the people of Kansas City, where they can be sampled, shared and purchased easily. Guests can taste wine or local beers, visit the barrel room, or enjoy the patio. The event space is available by reservation.
An exciting new restaurant with a full cocktail bar and Happy Hour specials you won’t want to miss! Located in what used to be the Genessee Royale, the Campground is finally establishing their first restaurant after doing pop-up stops and small catering events for five years. Stop by for a delicious meal, including both vegetarian and meat dishes, and a tasty drink. Hours include Mondays and Thursdays, 11am to 11pm; Fridays and Saturdays, 11am to midnight and Sunday brunch from 11am to 4pm.
The Golden Ox
A newly renovated, historic steakhouse attached to the Livestock Exchange Building. After a four-year hiatus, the infamous Golden Ox is back in business. From signature steaks and beer-brined chicken to a fresh seafood bar and delicious appetizers, the Golden Ox is a great dinner spot in the Stockyards District. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 4 to 10pm, and 4 to 9pm on Sundays.
The Ox Café & Bakery
A reimagined luncheonette spin-off from the Golden Ox located inside the Livestock Exchange Building. The newly opened Ox Café and Bakery is a full-service coffee and wine bar that features Broadway Roasting Co. coffee with a from-scratch bakery offering lunch items, breads and pastries. This café is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 2pm. Stop by for a quick cup of coffee or meal on the go!
Bistro-style New American fare with just the right amount of international touch; a great place to relax after work. “We are all in this together”, is Voltaire’s motto. The establishment is a rustic-contemporary space with just the right amount of international touch. Be sure to try one of their fantastic menu and bar specials. Enjoy dinner (starting at 5:00 p.m.), happy hour (4:00 – 6:00 p.m.) and brunch on Sunday (11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.). Be on the lookout later this year as Voltaire will be bringing their fantastic fair to the Golden Ox restaurant across the street.
Great tasting, locally made beers with modern techniques; located right in the Livestock Exchange Building! Within the historic space that was once the home of the Golden Ox, Stockyards Brewing Company makes great tasting, locally crafted beers with modern techniques. The Stockyards brews their craft beer behind a 65-year old meat locker. This custom setup enables the front bar to serve fresh quality brews. The spirit of the Golden Ox lives on in the bar and taproom, while honoring the industrious history of the West Bottoms, reviving the space for the present-day community.
24-hour restaurant and go-to eatery for late night fare or early morning snacks. Drinks are served until 1:00 a.m. With an industrial motif and colorful street art-style murals on the walls, you’re sure to enjoy a good burger, patty melt or if you prefer, a chili cheese dog. Order a beer from Rockstar’s selection of domestics, imports, and crafts. Kids are welcome.
A newly renovated multi-use, state-of-the-art recreational youth and adult sporting facility. Once known as the historic Kemper Arena, the redeveloped Hy-Vee Arena is officially opening on October 5th, 2018. With two levels of basketball courts, an indoor track, office spaces and restaurants, this renovated 45-year-old arena is expected to bring new life to the thriving community of the Kansas City Stockyards District. The building is currently in the midst of a $39 million renovation, which will be finished this fall. The Hy-Vee Arena is already booked solid for the first full year of operation! For more details and updates about this newly renovated sports facility, check out these Kansas City news resources: