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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.
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
Our dining experience was wonderful. My problem was with OpenTable and the restaurants ability or lack thereof to let me know that I would not be able to dine in the basement where live jazz was. We had a reservation for 7 but had to come back at 8:45 to be able to have a special night with live music. Restaurant never apologized and didn't think our inconvenience was a problem.
After hearing how wonderful this place was we decided to have dinner here before heading to the Sprint Center. I must say I wasn't the least bit impressed. First the salad. The house salad was extremely skimpy. The greens were wilted, one onion, and one very small grape tomato. Then my entree. A ribeye that I wanted medium rare. It was medium rare on the edges and cold and rare in the middle. The asparagus was hard. The vegetable of the day was a squash and zucchini with onions. I had 3 half pieces of squash, 2 half pieces of zucchini, and 100 onions. Now his entree. Prime rib, which he thought was excellent. Asparagus again hard, and fries that were burnt to a crisp. You would think for the price they would care a little more about the quality and presentation of the food they serve.
This restaurant was recommended to us by natives as a wonderful steak place. One of us got the tenderloin which was well cooked and prepared, the other one of us got chicken. The chicken was $26 and worth possibly $10. I suppose that’s what you get when you order chicken at a steak restaurant, but overall I was quite disappointed that it didn’t wow me more than it did. The drinks were delicious and a wonderful wine menu to choose from. A jazz band was playing in the basement and we wish the hostess would’ve offered us sitting down there as we didn’t know it existed until after dinner when we went to use the restroom. The staff was very attentive and informative, which is always appreciated when you spend over $150 on two people for dinner
This is a regular spot for us when in KC (twice a year or so). We made anlater reservation this time around and the customers at our table "stayed later than expected", so we were seated 30 minutes later than expected. The food and music (jazz club in the basement) weee perfect as usual, and our waiter was perfect.
We went to this restaurant on our 2nd anniversary and was not disappointed in our decision! The food was exceptional , and the jazz was wonderful. From the steaks (medallions and KC strip) to the cheesecake and chocolate mouse, we were not left wanting anything else!
We arrived exactly on time for our reservation and were seated at the first table in the bar area when there was plenty of room toward the back. Found the waiter to be arrogant. Did a terrible job of timing the courses and never did pour a drop of wine. After a very detailed discussion about "medium" my filet mignon arrived very rare. The lobster tail was cold, as was the bernaise sauce (its supposed to be cold he said) and the mac n cheese was just warm. In a food city like KCMO, this place rates very low.
Fantastic ambience. Ask to be seated downstairs in the jazz lounge if you don't mind some beautiful background noise. The steak is always great to excellent. The wine list has many varieties for anyone's taste and preference. Last, but not least, the service has always been impeccable.
Went out on a date with my love. I have been wanting to try this place out for quite some time. We had wonderful meal and great service. We certainly enjoyed the atmosphere as well. The food was all "comfort food". A delicious treat, but not a place we would frequent.
The staff were amazing. Best steak I have ever had. By all means get the 32oz. Wagyu porterhouse. Can't go wrong. They were cool enough to let us split the massive steak. The waiter was able to get my group up into the private cigar club upstairs after dinner to enjoy more drinks and a cigar since I'm a huge cigar guy. Overall this place is amazing and I will make it a norm when I'm in town.
We love to come to the Majestic when we want a good steak and listen to live jazz. We reserve for downstairs dinner with band views. Don't let them put you behind the band unless you just want to see the piano play. Our service was impeccable ask for Joe. The Majestic steak was done to perfection.
A friend and I went here last year and were very impressed unfortunately this time around was very disappointing. The mussels were poor and the potatoes that came with them were cold. the service was lackluster and they were more interested in closing and cleaning than making sure we were taken care of. If you close at 9pm you can wait till then to start cleaning up. Sweeping and cleaning tables next to me while I am eating seems unsanitary and is very distracting. The steak soup was very salty, but the steak was fine not exceptional. I would have ordered a dessert but we were being rushed out so we opted to skip.
I never really leave reviews but felt like I should for this restaurant. Being from Texas, I am very picky about steak and this restaurant did not disappoint. I would recommend for anyone going to Kansas City. The concierge was also very patient and made sure we had the accommodations we needed.
We have been to this restaurant several times in the past since we attend a convention in the area once a year. If you want a great Kansas City style steak that tastes absolutely perfect, this is the place to go. They serve 30 and 32 day dry aged prime steaks that are very hard to beat. I have eaten the KC strip before and this time the ribeye. My wife had a bacon wrapped filet. I have never been disappointed in a steak that I have gotten at this restaurant. Our server was accurate and courteous and delivered the food in good timing.
Service was very slow. Server was especially kind and nice to work with but most likely had too many tables to wait and therefore couldn't keep a good eye on our table. Ribeye Steak was very dry for medium rare and appeared to have been cooked and left standing for a long time. Mashed potatoe was excellent.
One of my favorite restaurants in Kansas City. Friendly professional service, great food and cool historic atmosphere. Also a great place to visit after work at their beautiful bar. If you come in the evening, try their downstairs restaruant which use to be a speakeasy and has music. They also provide a historical perspective of how tunnels connected places like this in KC at one time. Enjoy!
Visiting from out of town. A bit disappointed. Food and service were ok, but not great, and overpriced. Seems like they are resting on their laurels. It's in a cool building, though--probably a fun place to watch some jazz. For tasty beef, I would recommend Q39; that place was great.
I made reservations months in advance for what I expected to be a very special meal. Instead, a very expensive filet mignon ordered medium rare came out of the kitchen medium well. Server did not check back after the meal was served. We had to ask the hostess to get him so we could have the order corrected. The second filet was fine, but my husband's meal got cold while waiting for the correction. Very high price for not so great food or service.
Reserved on Open Table months in advance. Wanted a table in the Jazz Room, but the host said they were all reserved and quite frankly he was very curt and started my anniversary dinner experience off in a bad way. We were seated and then Amy came and turned everything around. She was the best. I had the NZ Lamb and it was great. My wife had the fillet steak and it was remarkably excellent. One of the best I have ever tasted. Melt in your mouth.
After dinner we went to the Jazz Room and sat right by the band. They were great, all top notch players. Bram, the piano player, was great, very funny and chatted with us during the performance. All in all the best anniversary dinner I have had, and this was the 24th. If you are in KC, The Majestic is a must.
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