The Majestic Restaurant Kansas City, Guide & Review
There’s an old-school vibe at this vibrant steakhouse classic, featuring cocktails & nightly jazz. Several restaurants occupied the space after the renovation was complete. However, it was local restaurateur Doug Barnard, who recognized that serving up the best Kansas City steaks as well as live Kansas City Jazz was a perfect fit for this old Kansas City saloon. In 1992, Mr Barnard brought back to Kansas City a favorite institution, The Majestic Steakhouse, which he called The New Majestic Steakhouse. The New Majestic was a huge success and helped give diners the ultimate “Kansas City” experience in the beautiful downtown saloon.
The Nuttes and the Sebrees were looking to sell the building around 2008. Frank Sebree, III and his wife Jolyn loved the building and were eager to preserve it and so they purchased it in 2008. The New Majestic Steakhouse closed its doors for good in May, 2009. Frank and Jolyn were determined to keep the tradition of the Majestic alive in Kansas City and opened Fitzpatrick’s doors as The Majestic Restaurant serves the best dry-aged Kansas City Steaks for lunch and dinner seven days a week with fantastic chops, fresh seafood, and homemade desserts. In addition, you can enjoy a fantastic bottle of wine, one of more than one hundred whiskeys, or a hand crafted cocktail while listening to some of the best Kansas City Jazz nightly with musicians including Bram Wijnands, Rod Fleeman, Mark Lowrey, Hermon Mehari, and others.
You can also enjoy a terrific brunch served Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 am until 2:30 pm with live Kansas City jazz piano on Sundays from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm. The Majestic Restaurant features great speakeasy vibe; amazingly great vibe; friendly, attentive & knowledgeable servers; awesome jazz band; fantastic atmosphere; delicious food – everything at The Majestic Restaurant is cooked and seasoned to perfection; and great jazz music.
Highly recommended checking out The Majestic Restaurant for amazing and unforgettable jazz nights.