Theres something undeniably romantic about Rozzelle Court. Located in the courtyard of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the charming, elegant cafe has a breezy, open-air feel despite being indoors. A white marble fountain adorned with the signs of the zodiac sits at the center of the dining area, and fresh flowers brighten each table. The menu changes daily, with dishes ranging from ham-and-bean soup to bacon-wrapped rainbow trout. You may never order the same thing twice, but variety is a good thing. The restaurant serves beer and wine and offers stylish and tasty desserts.
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash
Parking: Garage, Street
Extra Info: Reservations not necessary for lunch. Prix fixe dinners.