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About Tavern at Mission Farms
Tavern at Mission Farms is a classic American styled restaurant, in the heart of Leawood, that features great salads, sandwiches, seafood, steaks and pastas.
It is our goal that individuals feel comfortable coming in for a business lunch, happy hour, dinner with the family or a night out with friends. We provide genuine hospitality in a warm and inviting yet stylish atmosphere.
Leawood, KS 66206
American, Contemporary American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm;
Sunday: 10:00am - 2:00pm;
Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm; Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm -11:00pm; Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm;
$30 and under
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access
Tavern at Mission Farms Ratings and Reviews
We always enjoy the service and the food! We normally dine here on Sundays for brunch or lunch. Great selection for either! The servers and hostess are marvelous! The manager is very friendly and always says hi. They go above and beyond to ensure we have a pleasant dining experience. Have never left here unhappy with our meal or the service.
Our service was fine, the wine recommendation good and the salad and dessert delicious. However, the entrees were not as good as we had hoped. The osso buco was just average and the trout overcooked and somewhat dry. We will certainly return, but will probably stick with salads, sandwiches and appetizers in the future.
Not great today. Normally this is my “go to” place, as I can always count on the food and the service, as a nice place to bring business contacts and others. Today, though the restaurant was not busy at all, our server rushed us all the way through, in a way you’d expect if he were pressured to turn over the table. Even as I was paying our bill, and we were wrapping up conversations, he was clearing all of the things from the table that normally are tended to after you leave (unused silverware, etc.). It was invasive and seemed unnecessary. Maybe it was the end of his shift? Not sure.
I usually go there during the week, so maybe there is a difference in the staff. I am hopeful that this was just a fluke.
I can't really recommend this place. It may just have been an off night but we likely won't give it another try. Former residents of Overland Park, we were in town for the weekend from MA & this place was suggested by a friend. We had a res & were seated immediately which was nice. On first impression, we liked it. Our waiter, David (forgot last name initial) really wasn't very friendly tho'. I'd have to say that he seemed disinterested bordering on surly. We ordered drinks, & he eventually came back to take our dinner orders. If there 'were' any, we weren't notified of any specials. I ordered the half chicken with 2 sides & my husband ordered filet mignon with mashed potato + asparagus. We both ordered salads. Hidden in the lettuce of my caesar was a large solid ball (the size of a large plum) of what appeared to be (maybe?) caesar dressing, cheese + croutons all left in a big lump. I poked at it & it didn't fall apart so I left it alone & nibbled at the lettuce and then shoved the whole thing aside. A different waiter came by and took our salad plates. Although I hadn't complained, he came back a minute later and asked me, 'Was that big ball of "stuff" in your salad delivered to you that way?' I said that it had been. He shook his head and said that my salad would be removed from our bill. (It was. Thank you.) Our meals were brought out by yet another server. My meal was as I had ordered it, but my husband received a cajun strip steak (or something like that) with creamed spinach and mashed potatoes. Signaling our waiter, he explained that this steak was not what he had ordered. He restated his original order. David argued a little bit and suggested my husband 'had' ordered the cajun. Bad form, David. (note: NEVER in 37 years have I heard my husband order anything 'cajun'.) I was 3/4 done with my meal by the time my husband got his correct meal delivered unpleasantly by David. The coffee and tea we finished with were delivered similarly. Disappointing.
Had dinner there with my wife, daughter and son-in-law who were visiting from Savannah. Expected a nice dinner with family. The service was terrible; slow, no tableware on the table when salad was served. Manager ended up taking the orders because the assigned waitress was so slow.
It had been a while since our last visit to Tavern at Mission Farms and we really enjoyed our meal. Our server, Eric, suggested the stroganoff and seafood pot pie, both of which were excellent. Noise levels were a bit high due to the end of happy hour, but soon lowered to acceptable levels. After seeing the varied and interesting menu, we agreed we’ll be returning soon. Thanks!
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