Classic Cup

★★★★★
39.0422 -94.5908
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816-753-1840

301 W 47th St

Kansas City, MO

64112

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mon 7:00 am-10:00 pm, tue 7:00 am-10:00 pm, wed 7:00 am-10:00 pm, thu 7:00 am-10:00 pm, fri 8:00 am-11:00 pm, sat 9:00 am-11:00 pm, sun 9:00 am-3:00 pm

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The Classic Cup takes on a different personality depending on the time of day and the season. You can sit on the outdoor patio and enjoy a glass of wine and people watching, or come for dinner and have a romantic meal in front of the fire. The Classic Cellar downstairs is a great place for larger gatherings.

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★★★☆☆

The Classic Cup takes on a different personality depending on the time of day and the season. You can sit on the outdoor patio and enjoy a glass of wine and people watching, or come for dinner and have a romantic meal in front of the fire. The Classic Cellar downstairs is a great place for larger gatherings.

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One of my favorite places to have a cup of coffee - especially during the Plaza lighting in the evenings at Christmas time. Great service, wonderful relaxed atmosphere and great coffee.

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★★★★☆

One of my favorite places to have a cup of coffee - especially during the Plaza lighting in the evenings at Christmas time. Great service, wonderful relaxed atmosphere and great coffee.

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The Classic Cup has outside seating in front of the restaurant and also behind the restaurant. On a nice day, it's a great atmosphere. The food is very good. It's a little pricey, but not much more than any restaurant on the Plaza. Worth trying it out.

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★★★★☆

The Classic Cup has outside seating in front of the restaurant and also behind the restaurant. On a nice day, it's a great atmosphere. The food is very good. It's a little pricey, but not much more than any restaurant on the Plaza. Worth trying it out.

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The Classic Cup Caf is an independent icon on the Plaza, with beautiful outside dining, a unique private dining room, and an extensive wine list. We are well known for our international cuisine from our renowned chefs. Price range: lunch, $12-$20; dinner, $15-$35. Reservations accepted. Sunday brunch hours: 10am-3:30pm.

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★★★★★

The Classic Cup Caf is an independent icon on the Plaza, with beautiful outside dining, a unique private dining room, and an extensive wine list. We are well known for our international cuisine from our renowned chefs. Price range: lunch, $12-$20; dinner, $15-$35. Reservations accepted. Sunday brunch hours: 10am-3:30pm.

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We came for our Fat Tuesday Pancake Breakfast before giving up lots of Carbs for Lent. It was fabulous. Everybody was super happy with everything we had. Thanks for a great start to the day

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★★★★★

We came for our Fat Tuesday Pancake Breakfast before giving up lots of Carbs for Lent. It was fabulous. Everybody was super happy with everything we had. Thanks for a great start to the day

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Great breakfast and better patio. A great spring and fall eatery.

6
★★★★★

Great breakfast and better patio. A great spring and fall eatery.

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This is one of my favorite date restuarants. Every guy I have dated for the last five years has had to pass the "Classic Cup" test. If he can order dessert and coffee that I like, he gets another date ;) Of course, it's pretty easy to do

6
★★★★★

This is one of my favorite date restuarants. Every guy I have dated for the last five years has had to pass the "Classic Cup" test. If he can order dessert and coffee that I like, he gets another date ;) Of course, it's pretty easy to do

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Eat Dinner. Find Amante (Manager) Have him find the perfect wine paring. You will be quite pleased.. He isn't to hard on the eyes either....

6
★★★★★

Eat Dinner. Find Amante (Manager) Have him find the perfect wine paring. You will be quite pleased.. He isn't to hard on the eyes either....

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We settled on this location after walking the plaza area up and down. I was pleasantly surprised. I had the swordfish with a mango salsa, which was fantastic. Additionally, I sampled other plates on the table which included: the beef

6
★★★★★

We settled on this location after walking the plaza area up and down. I was pleasantly surprised. I had the swordfish with a mango salsa, which was fantastic. Additionally, I sampled other plates on the table which included: the beef

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The Classic Cup is a good place to spend a leisurely weekend morning reading the paper and people watching. The food is good and the portions are appropriately sized, unlike the mountain of food that you get at some of the chains these

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★★★★★

The Classic Cup is a good place to spend a leisurely weekend morning reading the paper and people watching. The food is good and the portions are appropriately sized, unlike the mountain of food that you get at some of the chains these

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Recommended to this place by family while visiting. It's very quaint and the patio is great! I would highly recommend the soups. We tried the curry cauliflower and chicken tortilla and both were delicious! Very enjoyable fall afternoon.

6
★★★★★

Recommended to this place by family while visiting. It's very quaint and the patio is great! I would highly recommend the soups. We tried the curry cauliflower and chicken tortilla and both were delicious! Very enjoyable fall afternoon.

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I'm going to rave the Duck Risotto at this place. The duck is pan fried, served over risotto, drizzled with duck broth, and a hint mango/cranberry/blueberry sauce. If you haven't tried duck before, this is a great place to try it.

6
★★★★★

I'm going to rave the Duck Risotto at this place. The duck is pan fried, served over risotto, drizzled with duck broth, and a hint mango/cranberry/blueberry sauce. If you haven't tried duck before, this is a great place to try it.

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Outdoor seating on a perfect evening weather-wise, great food, beer and service. The goat cheese ravioli was excellent, the chicken sub very good and the bread terrific. Highly recommended.

6
★★★★★

Outdoor seating on a perfect evening weather-wise, great food, beer and service. The goat cheese ravioli was excellent, the chicken sub very good and the bread terrific. Highly recommended.

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The Classic Cup Caf is one of my new favorite lunch spots on the weekends. This is a great place to relax, have great food, and exchange your week's highlight with your friends or significant other.

6
★★★★★

The Classic Cup Caf is one of my new favorite lunch spots on the weekends. This is a great place to relax, have great food, and exchange your week's highlight with your friends or significant other.

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The food was excellent! Definitely recommended!

6
★★★★★

The food was excellent! Definitely recommended!

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My wife went for lunch with several employees visiting from out of town (ahhhh, the joys of corporate dining per diems). The lady's all raved about the soups, salads and sandwiches. I did get leftovers (apparently a table full of women are

6
★★★★★

My wife went for lunch with several employees visiting from out of town (ahhhh, the joys of corporate dining per diems). The lady's all raved about the soups, salads and sandwiches. I did get leftovers (apparently a table full of women are

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I had flat iron steak with potato cake, asparagus spears and green beans with some mini grapes. Very good and the service was superb. It's small but we didn't have to wait on a Saturday evening. Half or more of patrons ate on one of two

6
★★★★★

I had flat iron steak with potato cake, asparagus spears and green beans with some mini grapes. Very good and the service was superb. It's small but we didn't have to wait on a Saturday evening. Half or more of patrons ate on one of two

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This is my favorite place for breakfast in KC, and the lunch menu is great as well. But the best part of Classic Cup is dining on the front patio. Observe Plaza excitement and crowds while sipping on high quality imported coffee. For my

6
★★★★★

This is my favorite place for breakfast in KC, and the lunch menu is great as well. But the best part of Classic Cup is dining on the front patio. Observe Plaza excitement and crowds while sipping on high quality imported coffee. For my

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We stumbled upon The Classic Cup and decided to try it. We loved it! The service was top notch, the food exceeded our expectations.

6
★★★★★

We stumbled upon The Classic Cup and decided to try it. We loved it! The service was top notch, the food exceeded our expectations.

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Don't read this review. Get in your car and go to the classic cup now!

6
★★★★★

Don't read this review. Get in your car and go to the classic cup now!

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Hadn't been to the Cup for a couple years. Went last night (1/27/2012) and was totally disappointed. My beloved medium rare beef tenderloin medallions were delivered without a drop of moisture left in the meat. I could've gotten this at Western Sizzler for 1/10 the price.\r\n\r\nThe service was awful. We purchased a $65 bottle of wine and the server brought two wine glasses like they use at Stroud's. We had to ask for a couple nice glasses. My wife then had to wipe the dirt off the rims.\r\n\r\nI hate to say it but I will never go there again. I sure wish Bob Rekoff (sp) would come run the place again.

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★☆☆☆☆

Hadn't been to the Cup for a couple years. Went last night (1/27/2012) and was totally disappointed. My beloved medium rare beef tenderloin medallions were delivered without a drop of moisture left in the meat. I could've gotten this at Western Sizzler for 1/10 the price.\r\n\r\nThe service was awful. We purchased a $65 bottle of wine and the server brought two wine glasses like they use at Stroud's. We had to ask for a couple nice glasses. My wife then had to wipe the dirt off the rims.\r\n\r\nI hate to say it but I will never go there again. I sure wish Bob Rekoff (sp) would come run the place again.

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I have lived in Kansas City for over eight years, and until tonight The Classic Cup had been an elusive mystery to me. I always saw the charming sidewalk cafe on The Plaza, but had never ventured in. Turns out I was not missing anything.\n\nTonight a group of six friends of which I was one decided to dine at The Classic Cup. A reservation was made the day before with discussion about our party being seated near the fireplace. Naturally, we were all surprised when we noticed the management putting two tables together in the back corner of the restaurant (right in front on the rest room). Of course after we waited 30 or 40 minutes we were eager to sit down. Its just unfortunate that we had to wait so long for a solution they could have employed the moment we walked in. \n\nOn to the food...the food was decent, nothing spectacular. Our appetizer came to the table after some entrees had been delivered, which was the first problem, the second problem is found in that we clearly did not get the right appetizer. Two members of our party were served the wrong entrees as well. We brought this to the attention of our waiter, and no solution was offered. In fact, he still placed an up-charge for adding chicken to a dish that I did not even receive.\n\nA server rotated the dining room regularly filling water glasses, and once she refilled my Sprite, however our waiter never offered any refills to the party.\n\nOverall I would sum this place up as over-rated and under-served, please know that the management is unapologetic about this also. I agree with previous comments regarding the managements apparent aloofness.\n\nDon't waste your time plenty of other good options on the plaza that appreciate your business.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have lived in Kansas City for over eight years, and until tonight The Classic Cup had been an elusive mystery to me. I always saw the charming sidewalk cafe on The Plaza, but had never ventured in. Turns out I was not missing anything.\n\nTonight a group of six friends of which I was one decided to dine at The Classic Cup. A reservation was made the day before with discussion about our party being seated near the fireplace. Naturally, we were all surprised when we noticed the management putting two tables together in the back corner of the restaurant (right in front on the rest room). Of course after we waited 30 or 40 minutes we were eager to sit down. Its just unfortunate that we had to wait so long for a solution they could have employed the moment we walked in. \n\nOn to the food...the food was decent, nothing spectacular. Our appetizer came to the table after some entrees had been delivered, which was the first problem, the second problem is found in that we clearly did not get the right appetizer. Two members of our party were served the wrong entrees as well. We brought this to the attention of our waiter, and no solution was offered. In fact, he still placed an up-charge for adding chicken to a dish that I did not even receive.\n\nA server rotated the dining room regularly filling water glasses, and once she refilled my Sprite, however our waiter never offered any refills to the party.\n\nOverall I would sum this place up as over-rated and under-served, please know that the management is unapologetic about this also. I agree with previous comments regarding the managements apparent aloofness.\n\nDon't waste your time plenty of other good options on the plaza that appreciate your business.

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I have loved Classic Cup for almost 20 years. About 4 or 5 years ago my husband thought it was going down. The service, he thought, wasn't the greatest and he believed it took forever to get a meal. I fought him on it and whenever I was able to pick a special place to go,it was Classic Cup.\r\n\r\nAbout two weeks ago I took my very tired, hungry friend/consultant for the school I work for, to dinner after a wedding.There was a 15 minute wait, not a big deal. When we picked up the menu to order my friend nicely brought it to my attention that there were cross out marks all over the menu. When I asked the waitress, she told us the oven was broken. Geeeeeesh. It would have been nice to know that before we were seated. I was embarassed and sad because I knew my husband was right.\r\n\r\nI think Gordon Ramsey should be called because I would love to see this fantastic place saved. Really sad! Who wants to call ""Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares""?

1
★☆☆☆☆

I have loved Classic Cup for almost 20 years. About 4 or 5 years ago my husband thought it was going down. The service, he thought, wasn't the greatest and he believed it took forever to get a meal. I fought him on it and whenever I was able to pick a special place to go,it was Classic Cup.\r\n\r\nAbout two weeks ago I took my very tired, hungry friend/consultant for the school I work for, to dinner after a wedding.There was a 15 minute wait, not a big deal. When we picked up the menu to order my friend nicely brought it to my attention that there were cross out marks all over the menu. When I asked the waitress, she told us the oven was broken. Geeeeeesh. It would have been nice to know that before we were seated. I was embarassed and sad because I knew my husband was right.\r\n\r\nI think Gordon Ramsey should be called because I would love to see this fantastic place saved. Really sad! Who wants to call ""Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares""?

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Whoever complains that this place is too expensive, that statement discredits anything else they write. My wife and I had a wonderful breakfast for $20. Atmosphere, food, and staff were all great.\r\nMy wife and I took our two sons there last year and were seated on the main level. Some of these posts are from freaks.

5
★★★★★

Whoever complains that this place is too expensive, that statement discredits anything else they write. My wife and I had a wonderful breakfast for $20. Atmosphere, food, and staff were all great.\r\nMy wife and I took our two sons there last year and were seated on the main level. Some of these posts are from freaks.

Pros: The Dutch Baby

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i was so disappointed because my mom, me, grandma, sister, niece, and aunt went there to have lunch for my birthday celebration. we don't get to do this very often and the people there acted like they were so much better than us - very very rude waitress....the food was not good and overpriced!! i will NOT go back and would tell anyone not to waste your time or money!! I think this place thinks that just because they're on the plaza - they don't have to be nice - WRONG!! There are other restaurants on the plaza that are good and have courteous service!

1
★☆☆☆☆

i was so disappointed because my mom, me, grandma, sister, niece, and aunt went there to have lunch for my birthday celebration. we don't get to do this very often and the people there acted like they were so much better than us - very very rude waitress....the food was not good and overpriced!! i will NOT go back and would tell anyone not to waste your time or money!! I think this place thinks that just because they're on the plaza - they don't have to be nice - WRONG!! There are other restaurants on the plaza that are good and have courteous service!

Pros: don't see any pros to this place

Cons: very rude people running this place, overcrowded

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My husband and I could not disagree more with the 12/30/08 review of the Classic Cup, especially about their policies and discrimination comments.\r\n\r\nWe dine at this ""favorite spot for many"" on a regular basis and have never encountered any of the complaints that were written about this Award-Winning Restaurant.\r\n\r\nOur two granddaughters (3 & 1) accompany us frequently and are treated with much kindness. The children fit right in, as this is a family-friendly place to dine. The children enjoy the delicious food provided for their age group.\r\n\r\nOur family enjoys dining in the Cellar, as well, with its marble floor, cherry wine racks, service bar and at night, candles. The food and service has always remained exemplary in both the upstairs dining room and the Celler. Regretably, the cellar is only available for open business on the winter holidays and sometimes for Sunday brunch when the deck is closed. The rest of the time, I understand it is reserved for private parties.\r\n\r\nNow...regarding the staff, I think it says a lot for the management of the Classic Cup to have a high percentage that have been with them from 5-15 years. We absolutely rate the staff a ""10"". I need say no more.\r\n\r\nWe thank each of the staff and management of the Classic Cup for making ""eating out"" a pleasant experience for the whole famiy.\r\n\r\n

5
★★★★★

My husband and I could not disagree more with the 12/30/08 review of the Classic Cup, especially about their policies and discrimination comments.\r\n\r\nWe dine at this ""favorite spot for many"" on a regular basis and have never encountered any of the complaints that were written about this Award-Winning Restaurant.\r\n\r\nOur two granddaughters (3 & 1) accompany us frequently and are treated with much kindness. The children fit right in, as this is a family-friendly place to dine. The children enjoy the delicious food provided for their age group.\r\n\r\nOur family enjoys dining in the Cellar, as well, with its marble floor, cherry wine racks, service bar and at night, candles. The food and service has always remained exemplary in both the upstairs dining room and the Celler. Regretably, the cellar is only available for open business on the winter holidays and sometimes for Sunday brunch when the deck is closed. The rest of the time, I understand it is reserved for private parties.\r\n\r\nNow...regarding the staff, I think it says a lot for the management of the Classic Cup to have a high percentage that have been with them from 5-15 years. We absolutely rate the staff a ""10"". I need say no more.\r\n\r\nWe thank each of the staff and management of the Classic Cup for making ""eating out"" a pleasant experience for the whole famiy.\r\n\r\n

Pros: See written comments.

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The policy of this establishment that was stated to me over the phone today by the owner as he stumbled over his words is that any party larger than 4 will be seated in their so called Classic Cellar. This is basically the dark basement of the establishment. This policy is not listed on their boastful web site or on the door of the establishment or on their menu they so proudly display in the window. We spent $100 to be seated in what we were told was the party room on Nov. 29,2008. We had 4 children between the ages of 12 and 16. We were taken down at least 3 sets of stairs passed a door that went outside to the alley. The food was nothing special and the owner must think it is fine dinning based on the price. The 2 adults in the party had their $8 black bean chili which is basically bean soup and the bill was still $100. The service was slow and refills on drinks were far and few between of course the waiter had to run up the steps. The night manager very sorry and stated he didn't want anyone to feel that they were discriminated against and he would take care of us if we would return. He never sent anything out so when I called to check I was able to speak to the owner. He thinks his establishment is so good that you are honored to eat there. I think they are discriminating against families with children. Everyone seated in the basement were parties of 4 and larger. The interesting thing I noticed was everyone had children. The owner said the only way he discriminates is that he seats all parties of 5 and larger in his wonderful classic cellar. Most restaurants that have open tables of 4 or 2 will pull together. We didn't get a reduced rate to be in a cellar and not enjoy the candles on the table and the view of the plaza and the Christmas decorations. He stated his regulars that have children are seated up in the dinning area. Interesting his regulars another discriminating statemant

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★☆☆☆☆

The policy of this establishment that was stated to me over the phone today by the owner as he stumbled over his words is that any party larger than 4 will be seated in their so called Classic Cellar. This is basically the dark basement of the establishment. This policy is not listed on their boastful web site or on the door of the establishment or on their menu they so proudly display in the window. We spent $100 to be seated in what we were told was the party room on Nov. 29,2008. We had 4 children between the ages of 12 and 16. We were taken down at least 3 sets of stairs passed a door that went outside to the alley. The food was nothing special and the owner must think it is fine dinning based on the price. The 2 adults in the party had their $8 black bean chili which is basically bean soup and the bill was still $100. The service was slow and refills on drinks were far and few between of course the waiter had to run up the steps. The night manager very sorry and stated he didn't want anyone to feel that they were discriminated against and he would take care of us if we would return. He never sent anything out so when I called to check I was able to speak to the owner. He thinks his establishment is so good that you are honored to eat there. I think they are discriminating against families with children. Everyone seated in the basement were parties of 4 and larger. The interesting thing I noticed was everyone had children. The owner said the only way he discriminates is that he seats all parties of 5 and larger in his wonderful classic cellar. Most restaurants that have open tables of 4 or 2 will pull together. We didn't get a reduced rate to be in a cellar and not enjoy the candles on the table and the view of the plaza and the Christmas decorations. He stated his regulars that have children are seated up in the dinning area. Interesting his regulars another discriminating statemant

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Went for brunch and sat on the patio (this was in the fall). Our server was a total flake who forgot our coffee orders and basically deserted us til bill time. The eggs were cold, the breakfast potatoes were frozen tasting and bland, it was just really mediocre and annoying. \r\nThe atmosphere is very nice. I have been for dinner and enjoyed my food. I hope this place isnt' going downhill, but wow. Really ""blah.""

3
★★★☆☆

Went for brunch and sat on the patio (this was in the fall). Our server was a total flake who forgot our coffee orders and basically deserted us til bill time. The eggs were cold, the breakfast potatoes were frozen tasting and bland, it was just really mediocre and annoying. \r\nThe atmosphere is very nice. I have been for dinner and enjoyed my food. I hope this place isnt' going downhill, but wow. Really ""blah.""

Pros: Location, Dessert & Coffee kind of place

Cons: Service

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Decent food. Really nice seating. But you can get this anywhere on the plaza. The food arrives promptly. The wait staff was horrible except a middle aged black male. My last visit prompted this review. The wait staff appearred to be hung over. The customer service has always been bad but the food was decent and the prices were good. After this visit I will not be returning 3 strikes with the wait staff. They are even rude to each other. If you do go please ask to sit on the veranda so that you can at least have a nice view to go along with the bad service. I can not believe these kids are our future leaders.

2
★★☆☆☆

Decent food. Really nice seating. But you can get this anywhere on the plaza. The food arrives promptly. The wait staff was horrible except a middle aged black male. My last visit prompted this review. The wait staff appearred to be hung over. The customer service has always been bad but the food was decent and the prices were good. After this visit I will not be returning 3 strikes with the wait staff. They are even rude to each other. If you do go please ask to sit on the veranda so that you can at least have a nice view to go along with the bad service. I can not believe these kids are our future leaders.

Pros: Good food decent priced

Cons: Bad service.

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We found this quite by accident on our first visit. Now we try to visit whenever we are in town. We have dined there for lunch and dinner and have found the food to be really outstanding. We like the selection of lighter foods. We also love being able to people watch out on the patio. Definitely worth a visit.

4
★★★★☆

We found this quite by accident on our first visit. Now we try to visit whenever we are in town. We have dined there for lunch and dinner and have found the food to be really outstanding. We like the selection of lighter foods. We also love being able to people watch out on the patio. Definitely worth a visit.

Pros: Great food alfresco and people watching

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I am a regular of the Plaza restaurant/coffee scene. I have a European leaning in taste and enjoy the outdoor european cafe atmosphere of this restaurant. The food is good and sophisticated, mixing mediterranean fare with the obligatory need to meet the american palate for steak and meat dishes. Meals begin with a basket of fresh white and brown bread. It's the perfect place to start with a lemon-infused sparkling water or glass of wine. There is also a back patio area perfect for drinks with friends on the weekends. If I were to improve the place, it would probably be in the area of service. Most servers are friendly, but not professional or refined enough, for my taste, for this sort of restaurant. Often the servers are college age students making some coin, which I do appreciate, but believe the management needs to do a better job training them. My last visit was sadly unpleasant as a rather rude male server with an attitude refused to double check the ingredients of a soup dish I was interested in (""I know what is in the soup, I don't need to recheck.""). I recognized his impeccable memory, but due to past experience, I asked him to do so anyway. Again, ""I know what is in the soup, I don't need to recheck."" The mind boggles. NOTE TO CLASSIC CUP CAFE MANAGEMENT: THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT! Terminate that waiter and reeducate the remaining staff that the customers comes first and foremost to be served, not just food! I wasn't going to return after the last time, but I will let it pass this one time, figuring that it was a blip.

4
★★★★☆

I am a regular of the Plaza restaurant/coffee scene. I have a European leaning in taste and enjoy the outdoor european cafe atmosphere of this restaurant. The food is good and sophisticated, mixing mediterranean fare with the obligatory need to meet the american palate for steak and meat dishes. Meals begin with a basket of fresh white and brown bread. It's the perfect place to start with a lemon-infused sparkling water or glass of wine. There is also a back patio area perfect for drinks with friends on the weekends. If I were to improve the place, it would probably be in the area of service. Most servers are friendly, but not professional or refined enough, for my taste, for this sort of restaurant. Often the servers are college age students making some coin, which I do appreciate, but believe the management needs to do a better job training them. My last visit was sadly unpleasant as a rather rude male server with an attitude refused to double check the ingredients of a soup dish I was interested in (""I know what is in the soup, I don't need to recheck.""). I recognized his impeccable memory, but due to past experience, I asked him to do so anyway. Again, ""I know what is in the soup, I don't need to recheck."" The mind boggles. NOTE TO CLASSIC CUP CAFE MANAGEMENT: THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT! Terminate that waiter and reeducate the remaining staff that the customers comes first and foremost to be served, not just food! I wasn't going to return after the last time, but I will let it pass this one time, figuring that it was a blip.

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The Classic Cup has a sub-terranean wine-cellar which is an excellent place for medium-sized parties and celebrations such as wedding rehearsal dinners, business meetings and the like.

5
★★★★★

The Classic Cup has a sub-terranean wine-cellar which is an excellent place for medium-sized parties and celebrations such as wedding rehearsal dinners, business meetings and the like.

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The creme brulee has been the highlight of each of my meals at the Classic cup. The wine list is huge and each year they sell bottles at $1 above cost. The food is artfully arranged and delicious.

5
★★★★★

The creme brulee has been the highlight of each of my meals at the Classic cup. The wine list is huge and each year they sell bottles at $1 above cost. The food is artfully arranged and delicious.

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i hvae been several time to the classic cup yes im a college student so I dont get to eat thier as often as i wish but every time I've gone recieved great service and wonderful food.

5
★★★★★

i hvae been several time to the classic cup yes im a college student so I dont get to eat thier as often as i wish but every time I've gone recieved great service and wonderful food.

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When I lived in KC the Classic Cup was always the great chillout, read the paper, eat well, drink well, get some sun and generally soak in life - I look forward to next time in the city for the Classic cup (and of course Arrow Head!)

5
★★★★★

When I lived in KC the Classic Cup was always the great chillout, read the paper, eat well, drink well, get some sun and generally soak in life - I look forward to next time in the city for the Classic cup (and of course Arrow Head!)

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The Cup is one of the last independents in Kansas City's beloved Country Club Plaza. Despite being outnumbered by big eateries with bigger budgets, it remains a hometown favorite for power breakfasts, quick lunches and romantic dinners.…

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