A quintessential Kansas City restaurant, perennially featured as one of the best barbecues in Kansas City, is famous nationally and internationally for its legendary sauces and meats. Founded by Henry Parry, the father of Kansas City barbecue, and later run by Charlie and Arthur Bryant, this restaurant has been a Kansas City staple for over a century. Arthur Bryant, heralded as “the king of ribs,” created a sauce that has served presidents from Harry Truman to Barack Obama. With a dining room that feels like a time capsule to the 1970s and brisket sandwiches topped with an original sauce, Arthur Bryant’s Barbeque is a Kansas City staple that is not to be missed.
A boat ramp to the beautiful Missouri River with a peaceful view of the river.
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