Kansas City Museum’s New Soda Fountain Officially Opens Thursday, February 8 

The Kansas City Museum’s soda fountain, Elixir, located Downstairs in Corinthian Hall, officially opens to the public on Thursday, February 8. The Museum is partnering with local restaurants and coffee shops to offer a menu of grab-and-go/ pre-packaged food items from The Spot Coffee Bakery & Café, The French Market & Café, Marcell Coffee, and Fairway Creamery; items include sandwiches, salads, charcuterie plates, baked goods, chips, and more.  

House sodas, bottle juices, ice cream scoops (try the Corinthian Crunch, a Museum exclusive by Fairway Creamery), sundaes, milkshakes, phosphates, coffee and espresso drinks, tea, wine, beer, and select cocktails will also be offered. The menu will grow over time as we build capacity and visitors provide feedback.  

Elixir will be open to the public Thursdays from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and Sundays from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. Hours will increase over time.  

For information on upcoming programs and events, visit kansascitymuseum.org.  

About Kansas City Museum 

Located at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard in the Historic Northeast community of Kansas City, Missouri, the Kansas City Museum is comprised of five original buildings, including the mansion Corinthian Hall, which was built in 1910 by Robert Alexander Long. The estate became a public museum in 1940. The mission of the Kansas City Museum is to preserve, interpret, and celebrate Kansas City through collections, exhibitions, and bold programs that reflect the City’s evolution and spirit, and engage visitors in unfolding stories about Kansas City’s vibrant history, cultural heritage, and pride. 

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