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3.73/5 rDev -10.3%
Located on Westport Road, right next store to McCoys Public house. Parking can be a pain, but I was lucky to get a space right across from the door. Have a good selection of local beer on tap, a good selection of Belgium's on tap and a beer engine. What more could you ask for? My only complaint was they have a large patio out front where the smokers hang out and the smoke tends to drift into the bar, because there is nothing separating the two. Enjoyed the McCoys IPA on cask as well as the Boulevard Bully Porter, both were excellent. Worth checking out if you are in the Westport Road area and can find parking.
09-08-2009 01:45:52 | More by FLBeerGuy
3.85/5 rDev -7.5%
One of the better beer spots to hit up in KC if you want a great selection and lax atmosphere around happy hour. The rotating taps are pretty decent, but the "cellar" always has some outstanding, very difficult to find bottles. Now, are you willing to swallow the $28 price tag that comes with them is another thing (but still cheaper than the Beer Kitchen across the street on their rare stuff). Always a great place for beer events as well. You can also get a good deal on the Mccoy's beers next door (the brew pub that I believe owns The Foundry).
The food is decent for pub food. Haven't had the pizzas yet, but the burgers are fair. Don't expect to be blown away with the food quality though. The deserts are quite delicious though.
Atmosphere can really vary depending on when you stop by. If you are looking for chilled, laid back setting, I suggest going before 9 on the weekends. Any later than that, they try to turn this great beer stop into a club by removing the tables, blaring the music, and setting up the dance floor. So, if standing sandwiched in a crowd crotch-to-ass and attempting (and failing miserably) to scream over the music to the bartender to order your beer sounds good to you, then I suggest showing up around midnight on Fri/Sat.
12-14-2013 05:19:18 | More by Bosoxfan20
3.88/5 rDev -6.7%
Yet another worthy spot in Kansas City for BA worthy beer and decent if not amazing food. We went twice, had assorted fish Tacos each time, enjoyed fresh tasting quality local beer and in general had a good time. Our group of 9 the second time experienced some slow service. Large outdoor space, retro inside with ample tubes to enjoy the game or whatever was on ESPN. Large variety of quality beer offering both on tap and in bottles. Casual, relaxed and decent place for a pint or two, a meal or with a group. Worth a visit.
08-07-2009 20:01:41 | More by Billolick
3.89/5 rDev -6.5%
This is a pretty cool spot to hang out. They are owned by the same people as McCoy’s and Beer Kitchen across the street. It is actually attached to McCoy’s and serves all their beer. We tried to order a bunch of pony (6oz) size beers to make our own local tasting. Unfortunately, they were out of about half of the special things. It was pretty frustrating because we would tell the server what we wanted, he would come back 4 minutes later and say they were out, we would tell him a replacement, they would be out of that...etc. etc. Our friends ordered food which looked like nice quality pub food. The clientele gets a little douchy later at night. We came back at about 1 in the morning until close, and it is a really great late night hang out place. There’s 4 great beer places to check out right here, so if you like beer, you should visit this neighborhood. The decor is really weird (supper club chic??) but it's fun.
08-05-2013 03:04:23 | More by Fluffheady
4.06/5 rDev -2.4%
Stopped in for lunch before a 5 hour drive home. The Beer Kitchen was PACKED for sunday brunch. We stopped had a couple beers and some food. The beer selection is very good, was able to ask for free samples of good stuff. The food was outstanding. My wife had the pork tacos and i had the turkey meatball slides, but were very good, hands down! I learned that McCoys, Beer Kitchen and Foundry are all owned by the same people and all right across the street from one another. I would recommend anyone to stop in one of these establishments and have a beer and some food.
PS...Foundry is a Hipster Bar.
06-26-2013 04:51:35 | More by HamGlade10
4.1/5 rDev -1.4%
Hit this place on a return trip through KCMO on our way back to Texas. Still have friends living in that area and one was nice enough to introduce us to this mecca of "Beer Palaces". The place is well laid out with nice indoor seating, but the patio was just perfect for the warm afternoon we were there.
We liked the laid back atmosphere that was the whole vibe of the place and everyone we dealt with was very friendly and appeasing. The quality of the "on taps" was outstanding as were the amazing array of choices of same. We literally spent 3 hours "pouring" over the vast menu of selections and choices they have, to pick those we tried. We did have to amble back to the bar inside for most beers we ordered, but we did get there right as they opened at 16:00. Had a few food items during our sampling and although they were better than most places with such a vast selection of beers, they were more along the line of upscale munchies. For all the beers, food and great atmosphere the overall value seemed very reasonable to us. Will make sure this place is on our schedule each return trip to KCMO.
My recommendation is that if you come within striking distance of this fine establishment, do be sure to visit them and at least ogle the magnificent wall of taps that very few places of this quality have for today's Beer Hunters. Enjoy!
12-07-2011 21:21:05 | More by valkyre65
4.18/5 rDev +0.5%
I met another BA down in Westport to give the newest Kansas City beer bar a whirl. This place is located right behind McCoys (and is owned by the same people) and not marked very well. As you walk up, they have a big open patio that you walk through to go inside. When you walk in there is a large bar directly in front of you with about 20 seats and more seating off to your right. I moseyed up to the bar and was quickly served by Ethan (the only male bartender their). The atmosphere is hip/funky and goes along with the whole alternative Westport vibe. They had about 20 or so taps, 60 bottles and a beer engine. I was informed that they had just finished the cask and wouldn't be putting another on until later. Their beer selection was pretty good and definitely the best in the Westport area. Some of the highlights were Golden Carolus, Houblon Chouffe, and Delirium Tremens. The only downside was that they had most of McCoys beers filling up the tap handles. The food was pretty tasty. We split a couple appetizers and they were all excellent. Overall this is a welcomed addition to a ever growing KC beer scene. With a little time, this could grow into one of the better beer bars in the town and will definitely be my go to bar whenever I'm in Westport.
07-30-2008 15:46:12 | More by hwwty4
The Foundry in Kansas City, MO
92 out of 100 based on 22 ratings.