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Get Kansas City’s best burger at Westport Flea Market where we have 3 different event space options for your next party. Whether you’re having a birthday party, a reunion, an anniversary or celebrating a special event, one of our event rooms is sure to be perfect for the occasion!

The Buffalo Room – big enough for 200 people standing and there is a stage.

Backstage Banquet Room – big enough for 200 people, with a stage, and there is no room charge!

Party Room – seats 60 people

All 3 of these event spaces have televisions so you can watch the game, and have liquor services available. Visit our event spaces page to see a photo gallery of these rooms. Also, we make your party stress free by offering an extensive banquet and catering menu. We have everything from Kansas City’s best burger to Jumbo Baked Potatoes to Chicken Spedini. Contact us today to start planning the party of the year.

St. Patrick’s Day: Kegs and Eggs at the Flea!

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Start your St. Patrick’s Day right – with Kegs and Eggs at the Flea!

Where else would you go to celebrate?

From 7am to 10am it’s an all you can eat breakfast buffet with a bottomless PBR beer! Enjoy Scrambled eggs and potatoes, biscuits and gravy, sausage and fruit. For just $12, you can’t get much luckier – plus we will celebrate again at the end of the Kansas City annual parade with a free shot to all ticket holders!

Be sure to wear green, and purchase your tickets in advance at the Flea – we’re sure to sell out quickly!

We’ll see you bright and early on St. Patty’s Day morning!

 

Best Burger in MO in KC Business Journal

“Perhaps it’s time for me to get a job at Thrillist?” asks Andrew Vaupel, Kansas City Business Journal writer.

Vaupel refers to the recent “Best Burger in Every State in America” list by Thrillist, who recently named Westport Flea Market’s Patty Melt Burger the best burger in Missouri!

Vapul goes on to say: “Without further ado, Thrillist named Westport Flea Market Bar & Grill’s patty melt as the best hamburger in all of Missouri. Here’s what they had to say about it:

The burger at Five Bistro in St. Louis was hard to beat. But Westport Flea Market, which is really less a flea market (check out the wacky cages in the front!) and more of a bar, just managed to take the top spot with their McGonigle’s Market beef burger. I like the patty melt here because it takes 5.5 oz of that McGonigle beef and throws it on toasted rye with Swiss and grilled onions. But if you want a challenge, the Super Flea is five 10 oz burgers topped with bacon, cheese, and 2 lbs of fries. Eat it in 30 minutes and you’ll get a T-shirt, your picture on the wall, AND ALSO MAYBE DIE. Which is maybe why, as I said, we’re fans of the patty melt.

The burger joint, 817 Westport Road, also has been featured on the Food Network’s “Meat and Potatoes” and tops Urban Spoon and The Pitch‘s listings too.”

Have you tried our Patty Melt? Now’s the time to stop in and taste the best in the state!

Our Patty Melt Makes Thrillist’s Best Burger in Missouri!

Featured on Food NetworkHere at the Flea, we’re known for having KC’s best burger – time and time again. We’ve also been featured on Food Network’s “Meat and Potatoes.” And now Thrillist, a site that isobsessed with everything that’s worth caring about in food, drink, and travel,” recently sent their team across the U.S. to find the best burger in each state. We’re thrilled to announce that when they came to Missouri, our Patty Melt took the cake!

“The burger at Five Bistro in St. Louis was hard to beat. But Westport Flea Market, which is really less a flea market (check out the wacky cages in the front!) and more of a bar, just managed to take the top spot with their McGonigle’s Market beef burger. I like the patty melt here because it takes 5.5oz of that McGonigle beef and throws it on toasted rye with Swiss and grilled onions. But if you want a challenge, the Super Flea is five 10oz burgers topped with bacon, cheese, and 2lbs of fries. Eat it in 30 minutes and you’ll get a T-shirt, your picture on the wall, AND ALSO MAYBE DIE. Which is maybe why, as I said, we’re fans of the patty melt.”

And in case there was any doubt, Thrillist notes:

“Note: this was not just a list compiled from other lists which were compiled from other lists until you’ve reached the end of the Internet. If we didn’t eat it personally, one of our other National Food/Drink editors or City editors or contributing writers did. We tried to show our work whenever possible, and give credit to others in the running. But at the end of the day, we think we’ve got a case for a burger you’re going to love in every single state in the Union. And if you disagree, let us know in the comments. We’ll happily come eat more burgers.”

To that we say, there’s plenty of Missouri’s “Best Burger” to go around! Stop in today and see  – taste for yourself!