Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Oddly Correct makes Eater's 21 Hottest Coffee Shops Across the U.S.

Posted By on Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 9:06 AM

Oddly Correct is getting some buzz.
  • Oddly Correct is getting some buzz.
Kansas City's coffee culture is starting to percolate on the national scene. In Eater's list of the "21 Hottest Coffee Shops in the U.S.," Oddly Correct Coffee Bar is right there at No. 11. (It probably doesn't hurt that one of the list authors, Sprudge's Jordan Michelman, likely had a chance to hear about KC and Oddly Correct during the coffee site's coverage of the North and South Central Regional Barista Competition held here earlier this month.) Here's Eater's take on Oddly Correct:

The new location of Kansas City roaster/coffee shop/institution Oddly Correct is a bigger, prettier, better space. Multiple brewing methods for multiple coffees roasted each week and locally supplied milk.

The space at 3940 Main is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Fat City visited with owner Gregory Kolsto back in December to talk about his plans for Main Street and the decision to serve milk in his new shop.

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