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Plans for a new Kansas City Chiefs football stadium and Kansas City Athletics baseball stadium were drawn in 1967 after fans approved bonds for the project. But prior to the 1968 season, A’s owner Charles Finley moved the team to Oakland. After the move, Missouri Senator Stuart Symington pressured baseball for an expansion team in Kansas City. Baseball obliged, granting Kansas City a new franchise in 1969. The newly named Royals played in old Municipal Stadium until brand new Royals Stadium opened in 1973. It was renamed Kauffman Stadium in 1993.
- Plaza Level at Sections 244 & 211
- Loge Level near Escalator behind home plate
- View Level in both food court areas
- East Gate
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- $ 10.00 for Cars and Motorcycles; $ 11.00 for oversized vehicles; $ 15.00 for buses and Tractor Trailers
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- At Gate C behind Home Plate
- Plaza Level behind Diamond Club Lobby
- Gordon emerges as standout of impressive '05 Draft class
- Blanton brushing off shaky intrasquad outing
- Hochevar straight forward on throwing curveballs
- Royals impressed with Infante's perseverance
- Yost offers thoughts on Finnegan in 'pen
- Gore hopes to be running with Royals again in postseason
- Flynn surprised to be issued Shields' old number
- Yost trusts players to take care of themselves off the field
- Caribbean Series prepares Pena for upcoming season
- Colon in good shape, hoping for long season in Majors
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- Permitted - must fold & go under seat
- Permitted - no large bags
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Phone no: (816) 923-3000
Did you know that with 200 fountains, Kansas City is second (in number of fountains) only to Rome? That’s right, gang— Rome as in Rome, Italy. Yeah, that’s pretty cool, and, yes, it’s true. But fountains aside, K.C. is a pretty unbelievable place. Here’s another world feat— K.C. is the barbecue Capital of the World, and not a secondary capitol behind Rome in this instance. So as you venture into a city full of livelihood and innovation let the Drury Inn & Suites Kansas City Stadium help you enjoy all that the city has to offer
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This BBQ legend was founded in the early 1920's, by Charlie Bryant, Arthur's older brother. When Charlie died, Arthur took over and moved the BBQ restaurant to 18th and Brooklyn, just four blocks away from Municipal stadium, the home of the Kansas City Blues, followed by the Kansas City Athletics. Municipal Stadium was also the first home of the Kansas City Chiefs. With the move near to the ball park, it became a nationally known eatery. Major league players ate there and fans would stop in before the games to eat on the premises or take out to the ball park. The fame of Arthur Bryant's grew. Then renowned author Calvin Trillin declared in Playboy magazine that "...the single best restaurant in the world is Arthur Bryant's Barbeque at 18th & Brooklyn in Kansas City."
Phone no: (816) 569-6032
You know how, after you’ve had a really long day, all you can think about is a nice comforting dinner? Maybe it’s something you grew up eating, something fresh and soul-soothing, something that takes you back to the sheer joy of tasting and allows all other thoughts on your mind to simply drift away. Now…couple the bliss of satisfaction in sustenance with the responsibility of supporting your local farmer and reducing the demand on the earth in food transportation and you’ll understand the reasoning behind The Farmhouse.
Phone no: (816) 842-3890
Located in the heart of Kansas City's downtown convention and business district, Hotel Savoy offers more than just a room. We also offer an elegant dinner at the Savoy Grill. With gracious dining since 1903, the Savoy Grill offers a wide variety of choices for a wonderful meal, from live Maine Lobster to delicious steaks. The Hotel Savoy & Savoy Grill -- a truly memorable experience for your next business trip, special getaway, meeting or catered affairs.