Do you like eating early? Need more energy to tell those darn children to keep off your lawn? Have you thought about creating your own frequent dining card for First Watch? Well then, you really ought to consider living in Kansas City.
The Huffington Post recently named the City of Fountains as one of its top '15 Retirement Cities for Foodies,' a list compiled by cross-referencing information from Travel + Leisure, Food + Wine, Fodor's and a certified public accountant who looked at each city's affordability.
Here's what the Huffington Post had to say:
For the retiree who loves blues, arts and lip-smacking barbecue, Kansas City, here you come! The growing city is undergoing a sort of food renaissance with underground supper clubs (Test Kitchen), farm-to-table restaurants (try West Side Local) and saucy barbecue (from Oklahoma Joe's) leading the way. Lower housing values (a whopping $124,400, according to the National Realtors Association) and property taxes makes this city affordable as well, a must for the discerning retiree, says CPA Tom Corley.
So if you're thinking about settling down some place, why not make it Kansas City? We've got plenty of homes available.