Author: Kathleen Leighton
Fall Lookahead: Food
For a one-two culture punch, The Restaurant at 1900 offers performance space as well as fine dining with the luxurious convenience of having both in the same building. Built in 1967 for Lee Jeans and with a distinctive modernist design, this intimate restaurant marries Steve Karbank’s passion for music with the desire to share a great meal following a performance.
Chances are good that Iceland was not always at the top of your travel bucket list, but with Icelandair now offering direct flights to Reykjavik from Kansas City at oftentimes unbelievably low rates, that has likely changed. Anecdotal evidence from social media posts show Iceland as a picturesque and increasingly popular destination.