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Final Night in Kansas City

Posted on July 8, 2018 by under Food and Drink.    

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I got to hang out with the Knowledge Management team in Raytown on my last full day in Kansas City. From left, Aaron, Joy, Molly, Kristy, and Mary Ann.

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Later that night, a few of us got together at Seasons 52 for happy hour. I picked it because (a) I’d never been there before, (b) they had $5 small plates and two glasses of wine and a flatbread pizza for $15 during happy hour, and (c) happy hour there lasts until 7 pm, whereas it usually ends at 6 pm at most places.

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Check out the happy hour menu (above) and the regular menu (below).

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These are the grilled chicken yakitori skewers. They were amazing and the best part is they’re less than 350 calories!

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These are the wood-grilled meatballs. Slightly more calories but also very good.

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Here’s a picture of the flatbread pizza. You’d think it would be tiny considering you’re practically getting it for free during happy hour, but it’s actually a decent size. I think this is the garlic pesto chicken.

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I think this one is the roasted roma tomato flatbread.

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These are the caramelized grilled sea scallops, which is also part of the $5 menu amazingly enough. I can’t believe I didn’t know about this place before.

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Had I known about this place sooner, I probably would have made it a point to visit several times. The food was delicious and really inexpensive during happy hour.

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Here are a few pictures of me with my Communications Hub teammates.

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These guys are so fun. I miss them already! Until next time. GNG.

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