Bread & Butter Concepts Announces New Concept

By | July 8, 2014 at 11:38 am | No comments | Restaurant & Bar News, Restaurant & Bar Openings, Restaurants + Bars | Tags: , , , , ,

Kansas City, MO (July 7, 2014)—Bread & Butter Concepts announces the development of their next home-grown concept: a modern version of authentic trattoria-style Italian food. The new addition will be located in the upcoming Woodside Village development at the corner of 47th place and Rainbow. The new Italian eatery, just off the Plaza and surrounded by Westwood neighborhood charm, will be the go-to place for enjoying modern interpretations of classic Italian dishes as well as creative new recipes. Additionally, a wood-burning oven and house-made pasta crafted in view of guests will create an authentic vibe. The new concept will combine straightforward elements of relaxed sophistication and a Tuscan feel, with the comfort of modern lounge seating and a grandiose back bar. As with all BBC restaurants, the design aesthetics will work together to create an ideal conceptual and culinary experience. Bread & Butter Concepts CEO & Founder, Alan Gaylin, will work closely with Realm Architecture & Design of Phoenix, AZ to ensure the ideal restaurant design. Bread & Butter Concepts specializes in crafting restaurants in the Midwest with a distinctive look and feel. Founded in 2009, Gaylin’s company currently operates five restaurants and a food truck: BRGR Kitchen + Bar, Gram & Dun, Urban Table and Taco Republic. Gaylin is an innovator in developing each new concept, and his hand-crafted touch has taken the company from a small start-up to an impressive restaurant group in just a few short years.

 

To learn more about the Woodside Village Development you can visit some of the media reporting on it below:

Prairie Village Post:  Woodside Village Project Ready to Start..

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Kansas City Star: Woodside Village Apartment Project Moving Forward

Woodside Village Project | Lane4 Property Group

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