Room 39

★★★★☆
  • 1719 W 39th St

    Kansas City, MO 64111

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  • 816-753-3939

About Room 39

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Hours
Monday To Saturday From 07:00 AM To 03:00 PM Monday To Saturday From 05:30 PM To 10:00 PM

Food

Food
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I've been eating at Room 39 off and on for years. Every time I go in, I get a smile and a welcome back from the staff. I honestly don't know how they remember me. The manager is even aware of my food allergies. They offer substitutions to the menu to accommodate me and I even get to order off the menu if needed. It's amazing the level of service an infrequent regular receceives.

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★★★★★

I've been eating at Room 39 off and on for years. Every time I go in, I get a smile and a welcome back from the staff. I honestly don't know how they remember me. The manager is even aware of my food allergies. They offer substitutions to the menu to accommodate me and I even get to order off the menu if needed. It's amazing the level of service an infrequent regular receceives.

Pros: fresh food, daily menu, dietary accommodations

Cons: reservations are frequently required

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Room 39 is a quaint cafe-like restaurant with a very cozy atmosphere. Their breakfast/lunch items are wonderful. Absolutely love the French toast. Prices were reasonable, too!

4
★★★★☆

Room 39 is a quaint cafe-like restaurant with a very cozy atmosphere. Their breakfast/lunch items are wonderful. Absolutely love the French toast. Prices were reasonable, too!

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I'm a local, I tend to shop local, buy local, eat at local restaurants, etc. At first I was very excited that Room 39 was replacing Muddy's on 39th St. Muddy's had some problems, and I liked the idea of a European-style cafe. But these people are pretty rude - they will shove you out the door, and there is no more sidewalk seating. I eat at these places (particularly 39th St) every day - you'd think they'd want to make friends with the locals/regulars. But no. I had eaten there several times (the food is pretty good, actually), they know me, and in fact I at there the first day they opened. So I decided to have a late luncheon meeting there over soup/salad & lattes. We were well after the lunch rush, nobody waiting for tables, yet they were very rude to me and my client - even sweeping around our feet as we sat and talked. When I asked for another latte, they gave me a to-go cup. I was very embarrassed, and haven't been back since (that was a year ago). I live near 39th street, and frequent these cute shops & cafes almost every day of the week - they lost a good customer. Instead, I suggest the JAVANAUT (formerly Crave Cafe and Yellow House) just two blocks East.

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★★☆☆☆

I'm a local, I tend to shop local, buy local, eat at local restaurants, etc. At first I was very excited that Room 39 was replacing Muddy's on 39th St. Muddy's had some problems, and I liked the idea of a European-style cafe. But these people are pretty rude - they will shove you out the door, and there is no more sidewalk seating. I eat at these places (particularly 39th St) every day - you'd think they'd want to make friends with the locals/regulars. But no. I had eaten there several times (the food is pretty good, actually), they know me, and in fact I at there the first day they opened. So I decided to have a late luncheon meeting there over soup/salad & lattes. We were well after the lunch rush, nobody waiting for tables, yet they were very rude to me and my client - even sweeping around our feet as we sat and talked. When I asked for another latte, they gave me a to-go cup. I was very embarrassed, and haven't been back since (that was a year ago). I live near 39th street, and frequent these cute shops & cafes almost every day of the week - they lost a good customer. Instead, I suggest the JAVANAUT (formerly Crave Cafe and Yellow House) just two blocks East.

Pros: good food if you eat quickly & leave

Cons: soup nazis - they want you to eat quietly then leave quietly!

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This place is super cute, just a cozy little cafe off 39th street. They have an interesting and unique menu that changes almost daily, and they serve fresh bread with the food. The staff is very friendly.

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★★★★☆

This place is super cute, just a cozy little cafe off 39th street. They have an interesting and unique menu that changes almost daily, and they serve fresh bread with the food. The staff is very friendly.

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Diamond in the rough! Great date night place. Quiet, romantic etc. By chance discovered this quaint restaurant. Pleasantly surprised by the limited menu-Everything was to perfection, the food, drinks. Will definately return when back in town!

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★★★★★

Diamond in the rough! Great date night place. Quiet, romantic etc. By chance discovered this quaint restaurant. Pleasantly surprised by the limited menu-Everything was to perfection, the food, drinks. Will definately return when back in town!

Pros: Great ambience!

Cons: Only about 10 tables in the place

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best breakfast in town. Service is friendly. Small and cozy, perfect any time of the day. A small menu that is perfect for everyone.

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★★★★★

best breakfast in town. Service is friendly. Small and cozy, perfect any time of the day. A small menu that is perfect for everyone.

Pros: food is perfect

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Ted Habiger and Andrew Sloan are Midwestern pals from way back who met in New York City when they worked at Union Square cafe. The two returned home and after a few years cooking at other places opened Room 39. Six days a week, they serve…

 

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