Cafe Provence’s service tops Zagat list for Kansas City

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If you ever needed convincing about the quality of life in the Kansas City area, consider the following fact. Cafe Provence, which Zagat deemed the best service in Kansas City (bear in mind, it’s in Prairie Village), is also the cheapest on a list of the restaurants with the finest service in 25 cities. [It was deemed The Pitch’s Best Date Night restaurant in 2012, as well.]

Zagat notes that the average ticket is $37 at the French bistro (back in 2010, Fat City’s Charles Ferruzza wrote an ode to the curried chicken salad) as compared with $145 at Menton in Boston or $164 at Next in Chicago. A meal at Anthony’s in St. Louis will run you $55, and Moro’s Dining in the Detroit Area costs $40. Consider this the No. 11 reason to live in Kansas City.

Categories: Dining, Food & Drink