Room 39

$ $ $
1719 W 39th St
Kansas City, MO 64111
(816) 753-3939
7:00am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
7:00am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
7:00am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
7:00am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
7:00am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
7:00am - 3:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm



  • Trust in the Oven Eggs. PS add the truffle oil. Worth it.
  • The quiche is always amazing but if you feel like indulging do the steak and eggs Benedict.
  • Fresh seasonal ingredients, ever-changing menu suited for many different tastes, knowledgeable friendly staff, homemade bread and pasta, great wine list, cozy!
  • Their drip coffee is amazing and the menu is very creative. I had one of the specials which was toast with artichoke spread, arugula and poached eggs - it was SO good!!
  • Egg and cheese biscuit and crispy potatoes. The Chuan Fa. Or breakfast of the fist.
  • go for breakfast - the B&G is delish, and the Smoked Salmon Scramble is amazing!
  • Fabulous place, tucked away. Great local farm-to-table cuisine. Had a wonderful meal and will be back.
  • All of Kansas City's food critics seem to agree, this place is a top restaurant in town. The restaurant focuses on local farm to table fresh ingredients.
  • The stake was cold :/ but good flavor.
  • Mocha is best with a pump of hazelnut - but beware - 16oz comes in a pint glass, so opt for the 12oz if you want a mug. Get here early because the place is small & fills up fast!
  • Short rib ravioli is umami city. Nettle dish is meh. Short
  • Best breakfast in Kansas City. And the dinner is pretty great too (albeit expensive).
  • Kevin ' s Toast and Frittata are highly recommended. Oh, and the B&G.
  • The Almond cake with blackberry puree and whipped cream was good but a little dry.It would be better with ice cream instead of whipped cream and next time I'd ask for ice cream with it. #PitchBiteClub
  • The wait staff and the bartender are really friendly, unpretentious and professional.
  • We've had some of the meat and fish be overcooked and dry, e.g. the pork chop, the salmon and the steak.
  • Charcuterie Plate:foie gras torchon, chicharrones, duck rillette and lamb offal pate, People said the foie gras and duck was good. I don't like "innards" & thought it overpriced at $21. #PitchBiteClub
  • The Beet Tart on whole wheat crust with herb goat cheese, local onion, fennel-arugula salad, herb oil and Rancho Gordo spiced popcorn is really good. This is a good vegetarian option. #PitchBiteClub
  • Sometimes the steaks are over-charred and you get an overpowering char taste. This steak was supposed to be medium. The smashed potatoes are very good.#PitchBiteClub
  • The Lemon Curd Tart with housemade ricotta and hyssop syrup is my favorite dessert there. Light and flakey and sweet with lemony goodness.#PitchBiteClub

Nearby places

1800 W 39th St (at Bell St)
1701 W 39th St (at Genessee St)
1615 W 39th St (btwn Wyoming & Genessee St)