15 E 3rd St
Kansas City, MO 64106
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Traditional American

Customer Reviews (10 reviews)


on Citysearch May 06, 2009
this unique spot has great food and has a hand carved CALDER wizzard ofwood www.carves4u.c o m great nephew of the late great Alexander Calder (more)


on Citysearch Apr 28, 2008
We eat there all the time- It doesn't matter if it's breakfast, lunch or their 4 course dinner on Wednesdays (great date night, by the way!), we love it all. The owner, Beth Barden, is very passionate about cooking with... (more)


on Citysearch Mar 13, 2008
I went to Succotash a couple weeks ago with my husband for the first time and was pretty impressed. It was a Saturday and kind of busy, but we weren't in a hurry. Our waitress was nice and prompt. The coffee was good and... (more)


on Citysearch Jan 06, 2008
Went on a Saturday morning- busy, but we knew that. We were seated right away, no problems there. However, our waitress was MIA for about 10 minutes. The host took our coffee orders. Coffee comes 10 minutes later.... (more)


on Citysearch Jul 22, 2007
July 21 2007 My sister and I eat breakfast "out" together just about every saturday morning trying out different places. I've read both good/bad reviews about Succotash. We decided to give the restaurant a try for... (more)


on Citysearch May 15, 2007
There could be legitamate complaints about long waits etc, but lets be serious. Any one who goes to any place in the river market on the weekend and expects a fast breeze- in breeze-out dining experience is not going to... (more)


on Citysearch May 04, 2007
It's probable that Succotash has decent food, but I wouldn't know. We stopped in on a Saturday for a bite around 2pm. It wasn't very crowded but it took us several minutes to be seated while the guy (who I assume was the... (more)


on Citysearch Mar 20, 2007
This is my favorite place to go for breakfast. Everything is great - the eggs, homefries, pancakes, even the toast. Come hungry because the portions are huge. I avoid the omelets, because sometimes they don't cook... (more)


on Citysearch Jun 17, 2005
Unique twist on every menu item. Very generous portions. Great breakfast/lunch/brunch location. Evening fare is always a surprising taste sensation. Don't go here if you like the boring sameness of chain... (more)


on Citysearch Sep 07, 2004
<b>In Short</b><br>Succotash puts an urban, and sometimes vegetarian, twist on homey, diner food. The pancakes are literally bigger than the plate; the BLT is stacked with eggs, cheese and slathered with pesto... (more)

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