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While many of us are staying home more often with the rapid spread of Omicron, it’s still important to support our local restaurant community that works so hard to keep our tummies full and our taste buds satisfied.
During KC Restaurant Week you’ll get several courses for $15, $35, and $45 price tiers. At many local spots you can get those deals without dining in. Out of the nearly 200 participating restaurants, close to half offer carryout options.
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Kansas City's favorite week of the year is in full swing, and there's still plenty of time to check out the metro's best eateries as Kansas City Restaurant Week runs through January 23. For the second KC Restaurant Week in a row, there's a pandemic sweeping its way through the city.