The Eat Local and Organic! Dining Card

The Eat Local (& Organic!) Dining Card entitles you,  as a member of the Kansas City Food Circle,  to a one-time 10% discount on your bill at some of the best sustainably sourcing restaurants in the Kansas City Area. They were invited to join our program because of their public commitment to sourcing ingredients from local, organic, free-range farmers. We meet with them several times throughout the year for updates to their list of farmers.

To become a member,  click here.

Kansas City Food Circle Dining Card Participating Restaurants

blue bird bistro
blue bird bistro - Kansas City

1700 Summit
Kansas City, Missouri
(816) 221-7559

Serving MidAmerican Artisan Cuisine. Blue bird bistro,  an upscale organic restaurant,  specializing in local food offers monthly a farmers’  table that consists of five courses of locally grown and raised food.  We have a communal dining experience every Wednesday night,  and serve breakfast,  lunch,  and dinner Monday thru Saturday from 7am to 10pm,  and Sunday 10am to 2pm.

Our Local Growers

Nature’s Choice Biodynamic Farm* – seasonal produce and herbs
Campo Lindo Farms* –  chicken and eggs
City Bitty Farm*- seasonal produce
Two Sisters Farm*- lettuce
Golden Rule Meats* –  beef
Green Hills Harvest* – milk
Beau Solais* – oyster mushrooms
Western Hills Produce* – fruits and herbs
Green Dirt Farm*- cheese
KC Buffalo Company*- bison
The Local Pig*- sausage
Prairie Birthday Farm*- seasonal produce
Good Shepherd Poultry Ranch – turkey
Peas on Earth – herbs
New Grass Bison – bison
Little Muddy Farms- seasonal produce and tomatoes
Rains Natural Meats – pork
Menno Brennerman – butter
Fig-n-Farm – figs
Missouri Northern Pecans – pecans
Goode Acres - seasonal produce
Herb Company – dried herbs and spices
Thane Palmberg – seasonal produce
Wood Mood Gardens – seasonal produce
Central Soy Foods – smoked tofu
Rainbow Farm- Beef
New Grass Bison Company- bison

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

Cafe Gratitude

blue bird bistro - Kansas City

333 Southwest Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 64108
(816) 474-5683

Our menu is plant based and 100% organic.  We source locally as much as possible.  We make almost everything by hand, in house, and we make our food with love.  We invite you to step inside and enjoy being someone who chooses loving your life, adoring yourself, accepting the world, being generous and grateful every day, and experiencing being provided for. Have fun and enjoy being nourished.

Our Local Growers

Be Love Too*- wheatgrass, herbs, sweet potatoes
Prairie Birthday Farm*- pears
Boys Grow- arugula, butternut squash
Missouri Northern Pecan Growers- pecans
* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

can i have a bite canihaveabite kansas city

 1909 McGee
Kansas City, MO 64108

canihaveabite™ believes that by understanding the source of your food – how it was grown/raised, how it was processed, how it was prepared – is the key to good health. We joyfully taste test every dish that is prepared. We love what we do, and it shows. We bring the farm to your table. Our dishes are made from local and organic ingredients.

Always gluten-free, dairy-free, and GMO free.

Where to get our food: Soups and granola are available daily at The Filling Station Coffeehouses. Carry-out dishes are available every Friday evening at BadSeed Market.

Our seasonal menu is available for weekly orders. A new menu is posted each month. Weekly orders must be placed by noon on Saturday and are ready for delivery or pick-up the following Monday. There is a $5 charge for delivery.

Contact Info:  816-304-0057

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Our Local Growers

Brookside Market*-seasonal produce
Bad Seed Market*-seasonal produce
Green Dirt Farm*-seasonal produce
New Roots for Refugees*- seasonal produce
Schenker Family Farms*- chicken, bacon
The Local Pig*- sausage, bacon
Campo Lindo Farms*- chicken, eggs
Bread of Life Bakery*- pizza crust
Midtown Market- seasonal produce
Tasteful Olive-olive oil
Loudhouse Farm- seasonal produce

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

Conveniently Natural


3711 Southwest Trafficway
Kansas City, MO 64111

Conveniently Natural was born out of the idea that life (especially a healthy life) just doesn’t have to be that hard.  We are dedicated to providing the Kansas City community with healthy wholesome food at an affordable price so that you won’t be spending hours of time in the kitchen or at the grocery store. We value the idea of sustainability and supporting local businesses in order to improve the entire community – physically, mentally, and financially.  Our goal is to always provide more value than that which we take.  Our efforts will always consider ways to reduce the environmental impact of our business.  

Our Local Growers

Bear Creek Farms* –  broccoli,  cauliflower,  spinach,  lettuce,  squash  (winter and summer)
Wolf Creek Ranch* – broccoli,  cauliflower,  spinach,  lettuce,  squash  (winter and summer)
Central Soy – organic tofu,  tempeh
Justin Konka – herbs (when available)
David Moyer Farms – squash
Bates County Farms – cabbage and string beans
Kurlbaum’s- Tomatos

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

NOTE:  Dining Card discount valid for one delivery.

Eden Alley Vegetarian Café

Eden Alley Cafe

707 West 47th Street
Kansas City, MO 64112
(816) 561-5415

Eden Alley Cafe,  a Kansas City vegetarian restaurant,  offering divine flavor for the conscious eater, with a blend of traditional, organic, synthetic-free and local ingredients, in the creation of vegetarian, vegan, soy and gluten free menu items, including daily specials.

Our Local Growers

Soaring Eagle Farms* – flour
Peacock Farm* – eggs
Urbavore Urban Farm* (a project of Badseed) – various veggies
Karbaumer Farm* – potatoes and other veggies
Little Muddy Farm – tomatoes
Central Soy –  tofu
Hansens Herbs –  herbs
See website for more local producers.

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member


FUD FÜD - Kansas City

813 W. 17th St.
Kansas City, MO 64108

FÜD (aka FUD, pronounced fōōd) is a restaurant in the Kansas City Westside neighborhood, which opened in April of 2010, focusing on organic, local, all vegan food. Vegan. Local. Organic. Delicious.

We are an all plant-based vegan sustainable restaurant with an emphasis on hearty “super” food and raw-living cuisine. We make our own cheeses and ice cream from cashews, sunflower and hemp seeds.

Our selection of rainbow raw and cooked dishes are comfort food and provide for a variety of healthy diets. We create almost everything from scratch–including over 25 sauces and 10 fillings fresh every day. Our hand-crafted recipes are tasty, fun and super satisfying. We are flexible and understand the needs of our customers, so we can accommodate a variety of needs including raw, gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free and garlic- or onion-free choices too!

Our sustainable practices include fluoride-free filtered water, composting, recycling, biocompostable to-go packaging and cutlery, buying local organic produce and providing the lowest impact food on the environment and the most SuperFüd impact on you!

Treat your body right: Eat the Rainbow.

Our Local Growers

New Roots for Refugees* – collards, chard, kale, beets, arugula, asian squash, asian greens, asian beans, cilantro, parsley, dill, basil, tomatoes
Troostwood Youth Garden Market* – collards, chard, kale
Peas on Earth – spinach, arugula, mixed salad greens, beets, radishes, dill, tomatoes
Goode Acres – arugula, heirloom winter & summer squash, heirloom tomatoes, romaine, hot peppers, bell peppers, heirloom eggplant varieties, spinach, cucumbers, basil
Nature’s Own (a retail health food market, on Main – KCMO) – potatoes, red and yellow onions, oranges, lemons, celery, apples, purple & green cabbage, cucumbers, bananas, beets, ginger, seasonal greens and herbs

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

Justus Drugstore

Justus Drugstore Restaurant

106 West Main Street
Smithville, MO 64089
(816) 532-2300

Dining Hours
Wednesday – Thursday 5:30pm to 10pm,
Friday and Saturday 5:30pm to 11pm,
Sunday 5:30pm to 9pm

We believe real food raised with painstaking care by local small farm producers, prepared lovingly by skilled artisans served in an ambient beautiful space is an experience everyone should enjoy. If we can’t make it from scratch, we won’t serve it.

Our Local Growers

Campo Lindo Farms*- chicken and eggs
Prairie Birthday Farm*- seasonal produce
Nature’s Choice Biodynamic Farm*- seasonal produce
Fair Share Farms*- seasonal produce
Fresh Connect- seasonal produce
Shatto Milk Company-milk, cream, butter
Hi Ho Sheep Farm-lamb
Dawn Sherman- goat cheese, goat milk
Good Farms- seasonal produce
Norton Farms- pork
Majinola Meats- beef
Missouri Pecan Growers-pecans
Northland Honey Farms-honey
Hammons Walnuts-walnuts
Ken Hansen- seasonal produce
Martin Rice Company-rice
Rare Hare Barn- rabbit
Mule Barn Berries-blackberries
Maasdam Sorghum Mills-sorghum syrup
Eklof Farm at Justus Drugstore- seasonal produce
Jonah Belcher- seasonal produce
Jim Anderson-
The Reardons- eggs, seasonal produce
Ed Jones- maple syrup
John Goode- seasonal produce
Good Nature Farms- seasonal produce
Greg Bausch- mushrooms, persimmons
Maytag Dairy Farms- Blue cheese
Backyard Produce- seasonal produce
Bud and Kathy Dibben- tomatoes
Broadway Café-coffee

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

Renee Kelly’s Harvest

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 12401 Johnson Drive
Shawnee, Kansas 66216
(913) 631-4100

Renee Kelly’s Harvest, serving local and regional cuisine.  “It’s simple, food made with love, in a beautiful historic setting.”

Keep up with the menu on Facebook
Open for farm to table dining
Wednesday-Friday 11am-2pm/5pm-10pm
Saturday 5pm-10pm
Sunday brunch 10am-2pm
Dinner 4pm-8pm

Our Local Growers

Barham Cattle Company*- beef
Two Sisters Farm*- lettuce
Skyview Farms and Creamery*-cheeses
Cultivate Kansas City*-seasonal vegetables
Stony Crest Urban Farm*-seasonal vegetables
Trammell Treasures Mushroom Farm*

Goode Acres
Bush Farms
Creekstone Farms
Shatto Milk Company

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

Room 39-Seasonal American Food

In November 2004, Andrew Sloan and Ted Habiger opened their first restaurant,  Room 39.  Three years later a second location in Leawood,  Kansas was born.  Combining seasonal ingredients and exceptional value with a warm atmosphere and friendly service,  Room 39 has become a fixture in Kansas City for breakfast,  lunch,  and dinner. Breakfast and lunch are casual affairs with a dining room of beautifully handcrafted tables and simple yet elegant food such as our steak and eggs benedict,  fresh pasta,  and our popular half-pound burger.  Dinners are more elegant but still a great value with white tablecloths,  an award-winning wine list and a $39 tasting menu that changes daily using our farmer-driven produce and meat. The chefs of Room 39 believe the best tasting food comes from local farmers who use sustainable harvesting and growing practices ensuring the land is better off than before.

Our Local Growers
Campo Lindo Farms* – poultry and eggs
City Bitty * – greens
Green Dirt Farm* –  cheeses
Urbavore Urban Farm * (a project of Badseed) – seasonal produce
Beau Solais – oyster mushrooms
Thane Palmberg – seasonal produce
Wood Mood Garden – seasonal produce
Simply Food – seasonal produce
La Ferme due Bonheur – dairy
Fig-N-Farm –  figs
Crum’s Heirlooms – tomatoes and produce

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

Smokin’ Fresh Streetside BBQ

Smokin’ Fresh is Kansas City’s only organic barbecue. We buy organic and all-natural first and try to get as much of it locally as possible. It is part of our mission statement to support local organic farmers and local small businesses so as to support our local economy. Buying local also makes us more environmentally friendly by creating less demand for products transported into the area. When sourcing meat, we look for traditionally-raised (free-range, grass-fed), hormone-free meat that has been raised without prophlylactic use of antibiotics. When sourcing produce, we look for non-gmo produce that is grown using traditional and organic methods (though not necessarily certified organic) without pesticides. We support farmers who use sustainable methods and don’t pollute water and earth. As an all-natural and organic mobile café, Smokin’ Fresh Streetside BBQ offers 4 to 5 select items from our full menu on any given day.  We post our menu of the day and locations on Facebook and Twitter. Because we use organic ingredients, our menu selections will necessarily change with the seasonal produce available to us. The best way to find out what we are serving is to follow us on facebook and/or twitter.

Our Local Growers

Paradise Meat Locker* – beef
The Local Pig* – beef
Brookside Market*- seasonal produce
Bad Seed Market*- seasonal produce
Waldo Market*- seasonal produce
Blue Door Farm*- seasonal produce Green Gate Farms-seasonal produce
Muroak Farms*- seasonal produce
Arrowhead Specialty Meats- Vintage Beef
* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member



 3931 W. 69th Terrace
Prairie Village, KS 66208

There is, of course, a story behind the name “Story”. It revolves around three themes that are a part of Chef Thorne-Thomsen’s beliefs. “The name story is meant to signify that I’m a chef inspired and motivated by ingredients. I try to source ingredients carefully, local when I can, but whether local or not, I always try to find the best, freshest etc., and the more time I spend looking for ingredients, the more I wind up knowing about them, where they are grown, pastured, fished, etc. Frequently my imagination goes to work on those details and projects or produces a landscape or seascape, people at work in it; a “story” of sorts about or behind a particular ingredient begins to shape itself in my mind. The name also refers to the “story” behind any given dish on the menu, why certain items are paired or not, where the idea came from or how it evolved. Lastly “story” refers to the meal itself, the diner’s experience. Is it a special occasion, an anniversary or birthday for instance; is that the “story”? Is it friends in town, a first date etc. Sometimes, if the food, service and atmosphere are good, then the experience itself is the story.”

Our Local Growers

Campo Lindo Farms* – poultry and eggs
Prairie Birthday Farm* – seasonal produce
Gibbs Road Farm*- lettuce, greens, herbs
Two Sisters Farm*- seasonal produce

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

The Farmhouse

300 Delaware St.
Kansas City, MO 64105
(816) 569-6032

You know how after you’ve had a really long day, all you can think about is a nice comforting dinner?  Maybe it’s something you grew up eating, something fresh and soul-soothing, something that takes you back to the sheer joy of tasting and allows all other thoughts on your mind to simply drift away.   Now, couple the bliss of satisfaction in sustenance with the responsibility of supporting your local farmer and reducing the demand on the earth in food transportation and you’ll understand the reason behind The Farmhouse. The Farmhouse features classically creative comfort foods of all types, focusing on the “tip-to-tail” method, and using the best of the available crops from a variety of local farmers.  Check out our Lunch Menu and see for yourself, incredibly fresh favorites, at incredibly fresh pricing.

Our Local Growers

Prairie Birthday Farms* – duck eggs, arugula, parsnips
Green Dirt Farm* – sheep’s milk cheese
Paradise Locker Meats* – various meats
Heritage Acres Farms* -heirloom and gourmet vegetables
New Roots for Refugees* – mustard greens, chard
Gibbs Road Farm*- lettuce, greens, herbs
Blooming Acres – eggs, pork, beef
Goode Acres – seasonal produce
Boys Grow -peppers, eggplant, beets, turnips
Shroomheads – mushrooms
Thane Palmberg – seasonal produce
The Rare Hare Barn – rabbit
Bichelmeyer Meats – Lamb Sausage
Crum’s Heirlooms – tomatoes and produce
Wood Mood- Potatoes, peppers, parsley
Windhaven Farms* – poultry and eggs

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

The Rieger Hotel Grill & ExchangeGreater KC Food Policy Coalition - Karat Gold Partnership

1924 Main St.
Kansas City, MO 64108
(816) 471-2177

The great cuisines of the world were not created in lush palaces in giant cosmopolitan centers, but in places very much like Kansas City. Rich culinary traditions were formed in medium sized cities, in the heartland of various countries, with access to farmland, forests and prairies. In Italy, this was in Parma, Modena and Bologna in Emilia-Romagna; in Mexico it was in places like Oaxaca and Puebla; in France, it was in Lyon and Dijon in Burgundy. We believe that Kansas City is in a prime position to develop a cuisine that speaks to its people, celebrates the bounty of our region, and can be unique and special. The food at the Rieger Hotel seeks to move in this direction. We believe our food compliments the look and ambiance of the space, the style of service, the feel of the Crossroads neighborhood and the history of the Rieger Hotel building itself. The menu is approachable, rustic, soulful and delicious. We are proud to focus on quality ingredients, sound techniques, and connections between where our food comes from, the people who prepare and serve it, and the guests who come to enjoy it. We source the best local, seasonal ingredients and highlight the excellence and uniqueness of many of these products. Whether you’re a young couple that just wants a snack at the bar, a family on a budget, a group of adventurous eaters with exotic tastes and huge appetites, or executives on an expense account, we have something for you. The dining experience at the Rieger is fun and comfortable, and our menus echo that experience.

Our Local Growers

Beau Solais* – oyster mushrooms
Campo Lindo Farms* – poultry and eggs
Prairie Birthday Farm* – seasonal produce and flowers
Green Dirt Farm* – sheep’s milk cheese
Paradise Meat Locker -beef
Wood Mood Farms – seasonal produce
Crum’s Heirlooms – tomatoes and produce
Thane Palmberg – seasonal produce
Boys Grow- seasonal produce
Kurlbaums- tomatoes

* Kansas City Food Circle Producer Member

Visit KCFC’s Recommended Restaurants page for more information on other restaurants in the Kansas City Area.