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About Pig & Finch Gastropub
Welcome to Pig & Finch!
We strive to prepare the simplest of products through inventive preparations, and to provide local cookery at its finest.
Taking notes from American, English and French cuisines, Pig & Finch provides a dining experience fit for all. Enjoy cocktails and $4 pub snacks on the patio or in the bar during our daily Happy Hour, and brunch every Sunday morning from 9:00am - 2:00pm. This location is also equipped with a private dining room comfortably seating up to 20 guests for special occasions. Our chef's table seats 18 guests - enjoy this unique view of the theater kitchen with a group or just for two!
Leawood, KS 66211
Gastro Pub, English, American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 3PM - 10PM
Friday - Saturday: 3PM - 11PM
Sunday - 9AM - 9PM (Sunday Brunch 9AM - 1PM)
Easter Sunday - Brunch 9AM - 2PM (Lunch/Dinner 3-9PM)
Mother's Day - Brunch 9AM - 1PM (Lunch/Dinner 2-9PM)
Father's Day - Brunch 9AM - 1PM (Lunch/Dinner 2-9PM)
Happy Hour: Monday - Friday: 3PM - 6PM
Happy Hour: Saturday & Sunday: 2PM - 6PM
Between 115 & 117th Street - Parallel to Nall - Park Place
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet Parking available Tuesday through Saturday $6 per vehicle
Parking Garage located directly behind the restaurant
Some street parking available
Private Party Contact:
Jordan Wyman: (913) 322-7444
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Pig & Finch Gastropub Ratings and Reviews
Food was terrific! Service was slow considering it was the day after Valentine’s Day. We sat with our empty plates in front of us which is unacceptable. It would have been appropriate for waitress to acknowledge the plates even if she could not grab them right away.
Me and my husband had our Valentine's dinner last night and of course it was an easy choice to pick where we wanted to go. Had Caitlyn as our waitress and she is always a delight. Had the potatoes crouquettes as our appetizer only one word "amazing". I had the new Wagyu Burger which by way cooked,to perfection (and am picky on my hamburger meat) the caramelized onions and cheese and bun just amazing burger. My husband had the espresso glazed pork shoulder with sweet potatoes and kale the presentation first is amazing and he loved it I tried it as well and it was so good but of course just love maple glazed anything. Had another great evening with great food and good atmosphere. Me and my husband really enjoy coming here
Use to love Pig & Finch. We’ve gone there since they’ve opened. Sad to see some stable menu items disappear from the menu. The small selection of entrees, overpriced menu items, and our favorite entree the BLAT disappearing (they can’t make it anymore, due to no longer purchasing avocado and the bread) sadly we will have to move on from Pig & Finch.
Usually, I get great service and food at Pig & Finch. Unfortunately, that did not happen this time! Not many people in the restaurant, hostess was our server and had to be flagged down for EVERYTHING. Never once checked on us. Pork shoulder was divine, but sweet potatoes were undercooked and almost inedible. Vodka tonics wet very weak and took forever to get. I sincerely hope this is an isolated incident. I do love the restaurant!
Went in this evening for dinner (heard about the new menu) and was glad to see they kept some of the favorites on the menu along with the new menu items. For our appetizer we had the gnocchi, I have had gnocchi before but nothing like this definitely recommend giving that try. For our entrees had the scallops and duck breast they were very tasteful and the dishes were layered to perfection. Wow these guys really know how to cook. Pig and Finch has never disappoint and will continue to be our local go to restaurant.
Our drinks and food were excellent; however, our service was terrible. My husband ordered the trout with head on but it was delivered with no head. When he mentioned this to our server, she said, 'We discussed this and I said I didn't want you to feel guilty while eating it." My husband said, "Right, but I said I was OK with it." There was no apology for her misunderstanding.
When I finished my salad, my plate sat on the table for 10 minutes along with my empty drink glass.
My husband ordered a second drink of Woodford Reserve Double-oaked. He said to our server, "I'd like a double of double-oaked. In other words, a double, Double." She stated, "I got ya. In fact, I may have one of those later tonight." Well, the drink came and while it was in fact a double, it was not Double-oaked. Thankfully we were only charged for regular Woodford Reserve.
My husband finished his meal and our server was very prompt in removing his plate; however, at that same time she said she'd be right back to take my plate to be boxed up. I was still eating!
She returned a very short time later and removed my plate while I still had my fork in-hand.
We ordered dessert after our server said the donut holes were excellent and came with a fruit sauce that was, "like a marmalade." When the donuts came, there was chocolate sauce but no fruit. Our server arrived at the table just as the donuts were delivered and said, "There is chocolate but not fruit." I stated that we had ordered them because of the fruit that she had said was delicious. She said, "Oh, well that's seasonal; they don't have it right now." (The fruit sauce was listed on the menu and she had specifically stated there would be a fruit sauce with these when we asked for recommendations.) Again, there was no apology and no offer to remove the cost from our bill.
Luckily the food was excellent (except the donut holes, which were average at best) or we would not be returning.
Overall okay. Food was good. Went there for restaurant week. Ordered off the fixed menu. Surprised the waitress was unfamiliar with the wine menu. Also the waitress didn’t seem to care that much. Never once ask us how our food was. Very strange to be honest considering it was restaurant week. Wish we had the young man waiting on the table next to us. He seemed very engaged. For the price it was okay. Spent $137 with drinks and tip. Not sure we would go back there are plenty of other restaurants in Kansas City to choose from.
We went there for our first time during Restaurant Week. Arrived at 2:30 PM for a late lunch at the $15 pp price. Were seated in the bar. The bartender/waiter/host was quite welcoming & attentive. We ordered the Pub Mac sandwich which was very large & tasty. (Had to eat it with a knife & fork.) My first course was a unusual tomato soup. My husband ordered the house salad & commented that it tasted really fresh. We both loved the French fries.
Our only complaint was that we waited a good 30 minutes for our second course. The restaurant was not busy so we had no idea what took so long. There was no explanation or apology given for the long wait, which kinda left a bad taste.
Would recommend it if you get your food in a timely manner.
We had a great dining experience here, the service was terrific. Our server was very attentive, helpful and pleasant, he made our evening even more pleasant. The food was outstanding, we had the special menu for restaurant week. I especially loved the cream puff dessert! We will be back at least by spring when we can sit outside.
Good food, good service a little pricey for what you get. I have been to this restaurant about 5 times in all of the seasons and each time the temperature in the restaurant has been cold. In the summer the A/C was cranking and in the winter the heat is poor.
Night one of KC Restaurant Week 2018 took us to Pig and Fitch. Oh, my goodness! All others restaurants are going to have to work very hard to match this night! Between our three diners, we had the lamb burger with fries, the KCRW price fixe tomato soup, salmon and chocolate mousse choice, fried pickles, a small wedge salad and the shrimp and grits. Every bite, every morsel, every sip and slurp were simple perfection! Our server was top-flight. The manager—doing tour-of-the-house duty—-was interested and attentive without drawing attention to the fact that he WAS paying attention. The beers were cold. The night was a complete joy!
Look at my past reviews for this restaurant on Open Table; nothing but glowing comments (I even said this in June: I wish all restaurants had the combination of food, service and decor that Pig & Finch does - one of my favorite restaurants anywhere in the country! The mussels are a must for a starter, and still are the best anywhere). Unfortunately, today I find myself trying to figure out how to remove the 'favorite' designation I have for Pig & Finch in Open Table. I truly cannot contain my disappointment.
Who at corporate 801 Restaurant Group has made these decisions might be a mystery, but those choices have lost you a very loyal customer. Let's start with the mussels being removed from the menu - weak decision! That fantastic dish has been our draw for many a spring/summer/fall outside dining experience - in the winter, too, just indoors. As a result, we ordered the lamb meatballs (excellent!) and the fennel sausage flatbread (we actually asked each other on the way home: did you taste any sausage on that flatbread?). Another favorite, the lamb burger, was materially smaller than every other visit we've ever made (ordered by 3 of 5 diners at our table). Lastly, the maple glazed pork, while still tasty, has gotten smaller and drier each time. On top of all this, the prices are going up more than just a little bit. While I don't have every receipt or price memorized, I'd bet the price of the trout (a favorite in the past, though we've avoided lately as not a good value) has gone up 25% in the recent past. I do not consider what we got last night worth the nearly $275 bill I paid.
This has been one of our true go-to restaurants, including taking many of our out-of-town guests here. Just recently, I took the senior leadership of a local company out, and Pig & Finch was my automatic choice. However, it's time to find a new favorite on the Kansas side of Kansas City.
Been here a few times, always good food but on this occasion our server barely paid attention to us. After we were seated he went missing & did not return to take our order for a very long time. He eventually came from the kitchen area, and was putting his apron back on... while he walked to our table. He said “oh....... um... did you want anything besides water?” We had already decided to just go ahead and order our meal since quite a bit of time had passed, and once the food was delivered to our table, he never came back to check on us - despite the restaurant only being about 30% occupied. We had to put considerable effort into watching for him to pass through so we could ask for our check. This would not prevent us from going back but I would not want him as a server again.
Had issue over taking Groupon coupon. Previous visits we used I coupon per guest check. We were informed on this visit that the fine print was 1 coupon per table. Since we had used the 1 coupon per quest before this was an issue. Manger would not cooperate. He should have allowed us to use both coupons this time only. Would have been much better approach. Will not return
We had a great meal, appetizer was good, drinks were good, service was good. I ordered shepherds pie which was good, and a very large portion. Since I didn’t finish it I asked for a to go box, which they put in a nice paper bag with handles I realize this meal is not a solid food, but when I got home, I noted the shepherds pie was packed up in a tall canister type container. So basically everything was dumped together. Totally gross and unappetizing so I threw it out.
I’m really upset about this because it cost $23 and I are about $5 worth.
Most likely won’t go back because of this
Went here for a date .Initial comment of hostess who sat us "we appreciate you spending your money here" then walks away, we thought it was odd. Waitress looked like she was the only server and rarely saw her. Food came out quick but service just took long with how busy she was. Just had the salmon app which was really good and French onion soup, but the top half was mushy bread and very cheesy. Overall it's nice for a quick bite or drink but when you consider the cost it's just not up quality.
Farm to table, unique dishes. We enjoyed the food but it was on the pricey side. My son had the shepherds pie- winner. My husband had the tomato soup and grilled cheese- another winner. I had the beet salad and french onion soup. Soup was good. Beet salad had small pieces of beet. Used to getting more. It was a little bland.
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