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About The Majestic Restaurant
The Majestic Restaurant carries on the Kansas City traditions of great food and great jazz. We serve brunch Saturday and Sunday, lunch Monday-Friday, and dinner seven nights a week. Featuring Kansas City's best dry-aged beef, chops, and seafood and located in the historic Fitzpatrick Saloon building at 10th and Broadway in downtown Kansas City, The Majestic Restaurant offers a true Kansas City dining experience like no other. Enjoy a great steak and fine wine in our main dining room alongside a grand bar dating back to 1910, or have dinner in our lower level jazz club, the site of an actual speakeasy during prohibition, all while listening to some of Kansas City's best jazz musicians seven nights a week. An extensive wine list, creative cocktails by nationally renowned bartender Shawn Moriarty, a list of over 100 whiskeys, and a sinful selection of delectable homemade desserts provide the perfect accompaniment to the meal and the music.
Kansas City, MO 64105
Steakhouse, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Monday 11:00am-10:00pm (Kitchen until 9:00pm)
Tuesday 11:00am-10:00pm (Kitchen until 9:00pm)
Wednesday 11:00am-10:00pm (Kitchen until 9:00pm)
Thursday 11:00am-10:00pm (Kitchen until 9:00pm)
Friday 11:00am-11:00pm (Kitchen until 10:00pm)
Saturday 9:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm (Kitchen until 10:00)
Sunday 9:30am-2:30pm, 4:30pm-10:00pm (Kitchen until 9:00)
Live Jazz nightly. $5 Happy Hour menu includes $5 1/2-pound steakburger and fries, $5 duo of sliders, $5 house wines and martinis, and more...
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We have Live Jazz seven nights a week, and there's never a cover! Trios or quartets play in the lower level Jazz Club Tuesday through Saturday evenings and a solo pianist plays in the Main Dining Room on Sunday and Monday nights. Check out our upcoming performers at http://www.majestickc.com/jazz/upcoming-shows/
In-house or off-site catering available for large or small events.
Free private surface lot for The Majestic Restaurant located two doors North at 919 Broadway.
Private Party Facilities:
The Pendergast Club is our private cigar club on the third floor of the building. With leather couches and exposed brick walls, The Pendergast Club exudes the old time elegance and sophistication of a bygone era. The club is comprised of three areas: the Board Room on the west end of the building which can seat up to 16 for dinner, the main bar lounge area which can accommodate up to 35, and the Game Room on the east end of the building which can seat up to 30 for dinner. The entire floor can also be booked for groups of up to 60 guests. Groups of up to 80 for dinner or 115 for drinks and appetizers can be accommodated in either the Main Dining Room or the Jazz Club, please call for room charges and minimums.
Private Party Contact:
Jordan Carver: (816) 221-1888
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Cigar Room, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Majestic Restaurant is proud to have been host to countless rehearsal dinners, board meetings, business dinners, wedding receptions, holiday parties, and birthday celebrations over the years. Please call us for information and to let us know how we can make your event an unforgettable experience.
The Majestic Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
I think the Majestic does so well because of the ambiance and live jazz music. Other than that it's not worth the money. My husband and I went there to celebrate my graduation. The service was ok. The food was horrible. I ordered the filet mingnon with the house salad, mashed potatoes, and broccoli. The broccoli was ok, the mashed potatoes were really good, and the salad was ok, very over dressed. The steak, I ordered medium and it came medium well, which is fine but it was so under seasoned. I never add salt to my food in a restaurant. I'm not a huge fan of salt, but this steak was so bland I had to to even enjoy it. My husband had the prime rib which was better than mine, but not by much. He also got the mashed potatoes and the creamed spinach. The creamed spinach was ok. When we were finished with the meal, we waited a very long time to recieve our check and an even longer time to get cashed out. Such a shame since the live jazz music was nice. Will probably not be back.
Very disappointed in recent experience at Majestic. We had a party of three and all three of us had to have our steaks sent back because they were under-cooked. None of us are the type that routinely send food back; in fact we seldom complain at all...give us a good meal and we're happy! However, each of our steaks, all of which were ordered medium or medium well, were blood raw in the center. When we sent them back for further cooking, the steaks returned but unfortunately, the quality of meat just wasn't very good. All three of us said our steaks were tough and grisly.
When you pay $40 for s strip steak, it better be a quality cut of meat. Sadly, that was not the case. The Majestic still maintains a very nice ambiance but the food is over priced for the poor quality we experienced. We won't be back.
I was seating at the basement bar with Tom as my server. I would alone go back for his service! He was humorous and delightful. Brilliant and clever man. I have never had as much fun there. Music was wonderful and the food was great. The portions are always too much for me, but that is the style of the place. Highly recommend!
The service (Brett) and the restaurant itself are fantastic. The food was average. Great wine and whiskey list. We were seated in the Jazz lounge (lower level) right next to the piano player and we could still have a conversation and also were able to listen to fantastic jazz music during our meal. Our server was fantastic. He walked the rare, perfect line between allowing us to enjoy our meal and prompt service. He never hovered but always seemed to be there at the right moment. As to the food, again...average. The mussels were good but lacked flavor (more wine and garlic would have helped). When you order mussels, part of the fun is to enjoy the broth with bread (great broth means you need to ask for more bread), in this case, the broth didn't give us a reason to do so or even use the bread we had. The fries (thick cut potato slices), were fantastic. The house salad was fine, the Ceaser salad was weak, too much oil and not enough flavor in the dressing. The salmon was good and cooked well. As to the steak, I was surprised, that I was not able to get a steak medium rare and charred Pittsburgh style(this is a steakhouse). Brett said they didn't have the ability to do so, but he did give a great explanation of why it's called "Pittsburgh". He said they could char it, but it would be more like medium +, I said that would be fine, but please, not more than medium as I was more interested in tasting the aged ribeye, over the char (I actually said that). The steak came out medium well (with some medium in the center). It looked ok at first, but clearly overdone as it sat and continue to cook. I didn't complain and didn't want to wait for another steak so I ate it. I ended up leaving about 1/4 of the steak as that part was well done. I really don't understand how a steakhouse doesn't know how to char a steak medium rare as I do it at home in a cast iron pan on a regular basis. For dessert, the apple pie with homemade vanilla ice cream was fantastic.
We come to Kansas City ( from Iowa) 2-3 times a year- for a friends weekend of vintage shopping, great dining and live jazz. We make sure a visit to The Majestic is part of our weekend each time. Step back in time to the Speakeasy days. Downstairs dining and live jazz stage are just perfect. Waiters are just excellent and the food is 5 star. Great cocktails, wonderful historic atmosphere and always very good jazz groups right in front of you. Everyone has a great time, lots of laughter and I always want to come back. Oh how I wish we had a " Majestic " in Des Moines!!
In town with my wife and we needed a nice place to have a date night supper before a concert. We stumbled upon this place by accident but oh my was it ever an awesome find! Step back in time at the Majestic to when it was a speakeasy! Our waiter was fabulous! The meal was awesome from the salad to the Majestic potatoes! The 32 day old aged ribeye melted in my mouth and I really enjoyed the rich buttery flavor! The drinks are strong also!
We had dinner at 8 PM on a Thursday. We opened with the pimento cheese, but it was extremely salty. I had the chicken. The outer skin was baked crispy, but also salty. The meat was very dry and not desirable. Overall not sure if just A bad night, however I doubt if we go back.
We were originally told to go to Michael Smith's and then also to another well-known restaurant in Kansas City. When we looked at both of their menus it was not the steakhouse venue that we were looking for. The seating hostess at Michael Smith's suggested the Majestic. We were so glad that she did it was an excellent evening or server was Amy she was fabulous we had a wonderful time the food was excellent . And we enjoyed the restaurant especially because it was not noisy .
I've been going to the Majestic for years and this was the first time I've been disappointed.
It took the server 20-25 minutes to just take our order, plus we had to ask for him to come take our order.
The rib eye that I ordered was cooked incorrectly, plus for $40 it should have been perfect, like I'd had before.
Just a horrible experience which is very sad. I don't know if we will be back.
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