Chappell’s makes The Daily Meal’s list of ‘America’s Best Sports Bars’
- Charles Ferruzza
- The potato skins at Chappell’s are serious business.
Kansas City is nationally known for tailgating, so it makes sense that America would wake up to the idea that we’re comfortable drinking and eating fried food indoors as well. The Daily Meal has named Chappell’s Restaurant & Sports Museum to its list of ‘America’s Best Sports Bars.’ Here’s what the site had to say about the KC institution:
Upon entering this Kansas City, Mo., bar, you’re immediately greeted with 100 years of sports greatness: 1,000 football helmets, Super Bowl rings, autographed Hall of Fame baseballs, and more — there’s a reason it’s called Chappell’s Restaurant and Museum. While taking in the relics around you, watch a game and dine on some classic American dishes, like the fish and chips and Chappell burger.
Somebody’s been reading Fat City. Chappell’s was named to our list of five bars where you should be watching sports last month. And earlier this summer, Charles Ferruzza noted that potato skins (a dying breed of appetizer) are still proudly featured on Chappell’s menu.