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ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:17 PM
Alright everyone, I need some really good advice. No screwing around either, this is serious stuff. I think I've got my wife talked into going to KC to watch a Chiefs game and she hates football like nothing else. She understands how important the sport is to me as an interest. We haven't selected the game yet.

Here's the catch, she is under the impression that there's very little to do in the KC area, I think that's crap. However I can't argue because I don't know and you guys aren't helping. The only thing I know that you guys do is sit on the damn computer on this web site. I might need this advice from the women on this site, but I'll take anything I can get. Let's go and make it good.

Fire Me Boy!
08-01-2006, 08:19 PM
The high-speed internet is first rate here.

Fire Me Boy!
08-01-2006, 08:21 PM
OK... my serious advice: don't take your wife.

I've been to too many games where the dude is next to his girl that doesn't want to be there and they BOTH end up being miserable. Take someone else. (A side note: I've seen several of those same couples leave at halftime because the girl is being a bitch).

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:22 PM
The high-speed internet is first rate here.

:shake: Oh come on.

OldTownChief
08-01-2006, 08:24 PM
Does she like Casinos?

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:24 PM
OK... my serious advice: don't take your wife.

I've been to too many games where the dude is next to his girl that doesn't want to be there and they BOTH end up being miserable. Take someone else. (A side note: I've seen several of those same couples leave at halftime because the girl is being a bitch).

Probably right...my son is a serious Chiefs fan, might take him. He asks me once in awhile ..."why in the hell did I talk him into being a Chiefs fan"? He's 27 by the way and he's allowed to cuss. At least when his wife's not around.

Fire Me Boy!
08-01-2006, 08:25 PM
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: This museum has a collection of life-like sculptures.

Arabia Steamboat Museum: This steamboat, which sank in the Missouri River in 1856, has numerous exhibits dedicated to frontier life.

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum: Opened in 1991, this museum is a tribute to some of baseball's best unknown players.

Worlds Of Fun: This amusement park features Mamba, one of the world's tallest and fastest roller coasters.

American Jazz Museum: As a testament to Kansas City, the mother of swing and Bebop, this museum evokes the living spirit of jazz legends and chronicles the history of jazz and its greatest performers.

Science City at Union Station: See how astronauts train for space missions or discover the chemistry behind some of your favorite beverages. Kids and adults alike will be entertained for hours at this center dedicated to showing how science is a part of our everyday lives.

Country Club Plaza: This ritzy marketplace features and outdoor plaza adorned with romantic European fountains and sculptures, plus designer shops and great restaurants.

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art: Established in 1885 as Kansas City's first cultural institution, this art museum houses a rich collection of modern and contemporary art.

Blue Room: This jazz bar opened in 1997.

Kansas City Zoo: You need at least a day to explore this expansive zoo that features a 95-acre African environment where more than 400 animals roam.

Hallmark Visitors Center: See everything behind the world's most popular greeting card at the company's factory headquarters.

Crown Center: Downtown shopping, dining and entertainment complex.

City Market: Popular farmers market on Saturdays.

Kansas City Museum: This museum, located in a 50-room mansion, traces the development of life on the plains and Kansas City's role in the westward expansion of the United States.

Thomas Hart Benton Home and Studio State Historic Site: Memorabilia and personal items belonging to 20th-century artist, Thomas Hart Benton, are on display at his late-Victorian home and art studio.

Liberty Memorial Museum of World War One

Westport, Kansas City

KC Fountains: "The City of Fountains" boasts more than 40 public water works, ranging from classical to modern, minimalist to ornate.

Toy and Miniature Museum: Located in a mansion built in 1911, this museum has a diverse collection of miniatures.

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:25 PM
Does she like Casinos?

She has a bit of a gambling streak. But if she hits, she quits.

Cochise
08-01-2006, 08:26 PM
http://www.countryclubplaza.com/

http://www.zonarosa.com/

chop
08-01-2006, 08:26 PM
You don't want to take someone who doesn't want to be there. What happens if the Chiefs are having a bad game? Now you are in a bad mood she already is probably not happy. Next thing you know you both are fighting.

Simply Red
08-01-2006, 08:26 PM
Alright everyone, I need some really good advice. No screwing around either, this is serious stuff. I think I've got my wife talked into going to KC to watch a Chiefs game and she hates football like nothing else. She understands how important the sport is to me as an interest. We haven't selected the game yet.

Here's the catch, she is under the impression that there's very little to do in the KC area, I think that's crap. However I can't argue because I don't know and you guys aren't helping. The only thing I know that you guys do is sit on the damn computer on this web site. I might need this advice from the women on this site, but I'll take anything I can get. Let's go and make it good.


I am sorry. I have been gone a long time. But, I happened to go to the last game last year versus the Bengals. I'd recommend Gates and Sons BBQ Ham and Beef on Wonder Bread (Triple Decker) Next Topsy's Popcorn for dessert Cinnamon and butter popcorn AWESOME! Next you go to the Ball Cap Store at Crown-Center and turn her loose at Ban. Repub. with a couple of bills. Women and hell some men are perfectly content with shopping on a get-away. Some of the natives who still live in KC may have a stronger recommendation.

OldTownChief
08-01-2006, 08:26 PM
A side note: I've seen several of those same couples leave at halftime because the girl is being a bitch.

I say, any man who leaves a Chiefs game at halftime because of a woman is the bitch.

ChiefsFanatic
08-01-2006, 08:27 PM
Kansas City has more movie screens per person than any other city. We have some great restaurants. Westport is full of bars.

Fire Me Boy!
08-01-2006, 08:29 PM
American Royal Museum: Museum featuring cattle and agricultural exhibits.

Airline History Museum: Airline history museum at Kansas City airport devoted to saving and preserving old aircraft, including "connies".

Mutual Musicians Foundation

18th and Vine District: Historic district of Kansas City filled with renovated buildings, museums and a performing arts center.

Kansas City Symphony, Kansas City

Coterie Theatre, Kansas City

Kaleidoscope, Kansas City

Union Station Theater District, Kansas City

Cave Spring Interpretive Center: Cave Spring is a 36 acre historic site and nature park located in Southeast Kansas City in Jackson County. The area includes a nature center with changing exhibits, picnic area, hiking trails, wildlife pond habitat, butterfly garden, and small cave.

Black Archives of Mid-America: This project is a collaboration between the Black Archives of Mid-America Inc. and Kansas City Public Library, funded by the Missouri State Library.

Harley Davidson Factory Tour: Factory tour for motorcycle buffs features exhibits on the manufacturing and assembly processes, and one of the first motorcycles to be manufactured on the assembly line is on display the 95th Anniversary Sportster.

Dixie Belle Saloon: State-of-the-art technology with cutting edge music is the main attraction at this high-voltage club catering to the gay community.

Starlight Theatre, Kansas City

Santa Fe Trail: Starting in 1821, this ancient passageway was used on a regular basis by merchant-traders from Missouri to transport their goods to Santa Fe, Mexico.

Grand Emporium, Kansas City

Loose Park: This peaceful 74-acre retreat offers the fragrant Rose Garden, scenic walking paths and a small lake for those restful moments.

Oregon Trail: The Oregon Trail was a major pathway from Missouri to Oregon, which carried thousands of pioneer families to the promised land on the western frontier.

Kansas City Art Institute: Distinguished college of art and design, this is a private, independent, four-year college founded in 1885.

Mill Creek Park: A peaceful oasis in the middle of busy Kansas City; a great place for picnics, hikes and special events.

Kansas City Power and Light Building, Kansas City

Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, Kansas City

Missouri Town 1855: Replica of an early Missouri town.

Club Mardi Gras: Located in the historic district, this is one of Kansas City's oldest jazz clubs.

Sidestreet Bar and Grill: Have a few drinks, eat some dinner and make new friends at this popular gay nightspot.

Loose Park Rose Garden: Offering scenic and fragrant delights, the Laura Conyers Smith Municipal Rose Garden is located in Kansas City's Loose Park.

J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain: Dedicated to the memory of J.C. Nichols, the developer of Kansas City's Country Club Plaza, this is one of the most treasured water fountains in town.

Brush Creek Waterway: 3/4-mile concrete path below street level that follows a canal.

Old Trolley Trail: Running path following old railroad track for 4 miles.

State Ballet of Missouri, Kansas City

Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City

City Hall, Kansas City

Little Italy, Kansas City

Gangster Tour, Kansas City

James Farm, Kansas City

Brookside, Kansas City

Belger Arts Center, Kansas City

Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City

Simply Red
08-01-2006, 08:30 PM
I say, any man who leaves a Chiefs game at halftime because of a woman is the bitch.

Could not agree more...

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:30 PM
I say, any man who leaves a Chiefs game at halftime because of a woman is the bitch.

My ass wouldn't be leaving. Matter of fact, they'll have to ask me to leave at the end of the game.

Nzoner
08-01-2006, 08:30 PM
Seriously,bring her to Planet Bash weekend,that way she can meet a bunch of us and our significant others.You'll be the hero because you're taking her to something that's also raising money for a good cause while giving her other women to gossip with about us and how much damn time we spend on the computer.

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:32 PM
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: This museum has a collection of life-like sculptures.

Arabia Steamboat Museum: This steamboat, which sank in the Missouri River in 1856, has numerous exhibits dedicated to frontier life.

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum: Opened in 1991, this museum is a tribute to some of baseball's best unknown players.

Worlds Of Fun: This amusement park features Mamba, one of the world's tallest and fastest roller coasters.

American Jazz Museum: As a testament to Kansas City, the mother of swing and Bebop, this museum evokes the living spirit of jazz legends and chronicles the history of jazz and its greatest performers.

Science City at Union Station: See how astronauts train for space missions or discover the chemistry behind some of your favorite beverages. Kids and adults alike will be entertained for hours at this center dedicated to showing how science is a part of our everyday lives.

Country Club Plaza: This ritzy marketplace features and outdoor plaza adorned with romantic European fountains and sculptures, plus designer shops and great restaurants.

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art: Established in 1885 as Kansas City's first cultural institution, this art museum houses a rich collection of modern and contemporary art.

Blue Room: This jazz bar opened in 1997.

Kansas City Zoo: You need at least a day to explore this expansive zoo that features a 95-acre African environment where more than 400 animals roam.

Hallmark Visitors Center: See everything behind the world's most popular greeting card at the company's factory headquarters.

Crown Center: Downtown shopping, dining and entertainment complex.

City Market: Popular farmers market on Saturdays.

Kansas City Museum: This museum, located in a 50-room mansion, traces the development of life on the plains and Kansas City's role in the westward expansion of the United States.

Thomas Hart Benton Home and Studio State Historic Site: Memorabilia and personal items belonging to 20th-century artist, Thomas Hart Benton, are on display at his late-Victorian home and art studio.

Liberty Memorial Museum of World War One

Westport, Kansas City

KC Fountains: "The City of Fountains" boasts more than 40 public water works, ranging from classical to modern, minimalist to ornate.

Toy and Miniature Museum: Located in a mansion built in 1911, this museum has a diverse collection of miniatures.

I'll have to check some of that stuff out. Thanks FMB.

Fire Me Boy!
08-01-2006, 08:32 PM
I say, any man who leaves a Chiefs game at halftime because of a woman is the bitch.
Well, you're right, but there is nothing worse than a woman who's bitchy while you're trying to have a good time. They seriously can ruin anything.

Fire Me Boy!
08-01-2006, 08:33 PM
I'll have to check some of that stuff out. Thanks FMB.
There's a part 2 further down... if you can't find something to do from one of those lists you need to find a less-picky woman.

:thumb:

patteeu
08-01-2006, 08:33 PM
This is a unique museum:

www.1856.com

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:33 PM
Seriously,bring her to Planet Bash weekend,that way she can meet a bunch of us and our significant others.You'll be the hero because you're taking her to something that's also raising money for a good cause while giving her other women to gossip with about us and how much damn time we spend on the computer.

We were especially considering that weekend.

OldTownChief
08-01-2006, 08:34 PM
[QUOTE=ChiefPoteMatter of fact, they'll have to ask me to leave at the end of the game.[/QUOTE]



I've been in that situation a few times.

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:36 PM
I am sorry. I have been gone a long time. But, I happened to go to the last game last year versus the Bengals. I'd recommend Gates and Sons BBQ Ham and Beef on Wonder Bread (Triple Decker) Next Topsy's Popcorn for dessert Cinnamon and butter popcorn AWESOME! Next you go to the Ball Cap Store at Crown-Center and turn her loose at Ban. Repub. with a couple of bills. Women and hell some men are perfectly content with shopping on a get-away. Some of the natives who still live in KC may have a stronger recommendation.

Good ideas thx.

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:38 PM
http://www.countryclubplaza.com/

http://www.zonarosa.com/

Excellent links Cochise. Thanks.

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:41 PM
This is a unique museum:

www.1856.com

Kinda cool Patteeu. I'll read up on the site.

Count Alex's Wins
08-01-2006, 08:44 PM
Nice lists. I'm going to KC for a week this thanksgiving so it'll come in handy.

OldTownChief
08-01-2006, 08:45 PM
Nice lists. I'm going to KC for a week this thanksgiving so it'll come in handy.

Yeah, but will mom have the energy to drive you to all those places?

burt
08-01-2006, 08:48 PM
There is also the Truman Home and Truman Library..... The square in Independence is also very cool... It is anti-plastic, anti-Johnson County(no giving me shit...I can say that I live there)

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 08:59 PM
Yeah, but will mom have the energy to drive you to all those places?

That's wrong, just way wrong. :clap:

ChiefButthurt
08-01-2006, 09:00 PM
There's a part 2 further down... if you can't find something to do from one of those lists you need to find a less-picky woman.

:thumb:

I heard THAT...but I'm not telling her. No effing way.

NewChief
08-01-2006, 09:09 PM
Depending on what sort of shopping she likes to do, the Plaza has some pretty first rate stores, and all the girls I know (including my wife) really dig it. Seriously, most of the shops down there are ones that aren't found in a lot of other cities (like Anthopologie). It has the added bonus of hosting plenty of bars, so you can go get wasted while the wife blows all your dough.

Here's a list of the stores down there. For all I know, you're from New York, so this might be old hat.
Map

1154 Lill Studio 4725 Broadway (816) 753-1154 G152
A|X Armani Exchange 4700 Broadway (816) 531-2020 C32
Adrienne Vittadini Accessories 445 W. 47th St. (816) 531-8336 C166
Adrienne Vittadini 439 W. 47th St. (816) 753-8280 C167
Aldo Coming Soon (816) 531-4790
American Eagle 306 W. 47th St. (816) 531-6716 F74
Ann Taylor 309 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-6300 G131
Ann Taylor Loft 235 W. 47th St. (816) 531-6134 I103
Anthropologie 531 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-4429 B7
Apple Computers 4712 Broadway (816) 960-3700 C35
Aveda 230 1/2 Nichols Road (816) 531-5433 I115
Baby Gap & Gap Kids 424 W. 47th St. (816) 360-8200 C163
Balsano's Gelato Cafe 428 Ward Parkway (816) 931-4010
Banana Republic 440 W. 47th St. (816)753-1157 C162
Bang & Olufsen 4740 Pennsylvania (816) 931-6222 B22
Barnes & Noble 420 W. 47th St. (816) 753-1313 C31
Barnes & Noble Cafe 420 W. 47th St. (816) 753-1313 C31
Bath & Body Works 445 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-8956 D45
BCBG Max Azria 424 Nichols Rd. (816) 931-7400 C68
Beauty Brands 438 Ward Parkway (816) 753-8822 D57
bebe 4710 Broadway (816) 531-2777 C34
Best of Kansas City 314 Ward Parkway (816) 931-8600 G85
Betsey Johnson 225 W. 47th St. (816) 931-9944 I106
The Better Cheddar 604 W. 48th St. (816) 561-8204 B20
The Body Shop 231 W. 47th St. (816) 753-7485 I105
Brighton Collectibles 213 W. 47th St. (816) 531-8138 I108
Brooks Brothers 424 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-2600 C39
Chico's 602 W. 48th St. (816) 931-3777 B21
Coach 417 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-1771 D49
Cole Haan 401 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-1614 D102
The Connoisseur

4630 J.C. Nichols Pkwy (816) 753-9463 H130
The Daily Blues 608 1/2 West 48th St. (816) 799-0879
Diebel's Sportsman Gallery 426 Ward Parkway (816) 931-2988 D60
Discovery Channel 222 W. 47th St. (816) 931-0289 F98
EB Games 500 Nichols Rd. (816) 960-7030 A5
E.G. Geller 316 Ward Parkway (816) 931-0039 G85
Eddie Bauer 325 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-5390 G83
Enzo Angiolini 4720 Broadway (816) 756-5112 C86
Express 429 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-7151 D46
Function Junction 300 Ward Parkway (816) 561-7700 G87
Gap 424 W. 47th St. (816) 360-8200 C163
Guess? 429 W. 47th St. (816) 756-5828 C168
Gymboree 515 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-8460 B9
Halls 211 Nichols Rd. (816) 274-3222 I122
Harold's 340 W. 47th St. (816) 753-3393 F66
Helzberg Diamonds 400 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-4100 C43
Hemline 610 W. 48th St. (816) 753-0150 B16
Hudson & Jane 410 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-5010 C42
Images of Nature 421 W. 47th St. (816) 777-3510 C169
J. Crew 519 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-9744 B8
J. Jill 405 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-4000 D62
Jack Henry 612 W. 47th St. (816) 753-3800 A174
Johnston & Murphy 425 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-2377 D47
Kaplan's Fabrics 430 Ward Parkway (816) 531-4818 D58
LATTeLAND Espresso & Tea (original location) 318 W. 47th Street (816) 931-SIPS F69
LATTeLand Espresso & Tea (west location) 4771 Jefferson (816)931-7577 B6
lillibelle 4639 Wornall (816) 841-9682
Limited Too 445 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-2230 D44
Lucky Brand Jeans 4704 Broadway (816) 753-5823 C33
MAC Cosmetics 320 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-1075 G79
Mario Tricoci 111 Nichols Rd. (816) 931-9922
Mark Shale 111 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-5858 I139
Marmi Shoes 308 W. 47th St. (816) 561-2400 F73
MAX Studio 4724 Broadway (816) 756-1315
Nicholas Luggage 452 Ward Parkway (816) 753-2229 D54
N. Valentino 228 Nichols Rd. (816) 931-6425 A10
Optical Shop of Aspen 421 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-9966 D48
Origins 223 W. 47th St. (816) 931-4434 I107
Panache Chocolatier 418 Nichols Road (816) 931-3191 C40
Paper Source 621 W. 48th St. (816) 753-2777 B25
Pinstripes 601 W. 48th St. (816) 531-3355 B67
Pottery Barn 400 W. 47th St. (816) 753-3252 C149
Pottery Barn Kids 4760 Broadway (816) 561-8140 D99
Renners Fine Boots & Shoes 4632 Wyandotte (816) 561-0740 F89
Restoration Hardware 4701 Wyandotte (816) 931-6592 I121
Scandia Down 501 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-4144 B11
Sharper Image 333 W. 47th St. (816) 931-2097 G76
St. John 234 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-9400 I113
Starbucks 302 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-4246 G82
Street Scene Shoes 500 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-2122 A5
Sunglass Hut 212 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-4340 I120
Superlatives 320 Ward Parkway (816) 561-7610 G84
Swarovksi 427 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-1511 D51
Swirk 310 W. 47th St. (816) 753-1949 F71
Talbots 4725 Wyandotte (816) 531-7210 I140
The Children's Place 4705 Broadway (816) 531-8466 G153
Thomas Kinkade 401 Ward Parkway (816) 753-3330 H136
Three Dog Bakery 612 W. 48th St. (816) 753-3647 B14
Tiffany & Co. 301 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-7676 G124
Tivol 220 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-5800 I118
Tommy Bahama 324 W. 47th St. (816) 531-8688 F67
Topsy's Popcorn Shoppe 4706 Central (816) 753-7373 (800) 722-1930 G78
Urban Outfitters 500 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-8500 A5
Victoria's Secret 445 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-5812 D61
The Walking Co. 312 W. 47th Street (816) 753-3072 F70
White House/Black Market 606 W. 48th St. (816) 960-0580 B19
Williams-Sonoma 4765 Broadway (816) 561-4358 D63
Z Gallerie 450 W. 47th St. (816-)753-7590 C158

go bowe
08-01-2006, 10:25 PM
Nice lists. I'm going to KC for a week this thanksgiving so it'll come in handy.be sure to let us know when you'll be coming to town...

a cp get together to welcome the notorious and gifted go chiefs...

i'll look forward to seeing you... :D :D :D

Iowanian
08-01-2006, 10:31 PM
You've got a funny way of asking for help.

As far as she's concerned....there is shopping and fancy stuff to eat on the plaza...take her to the top of the Hyatt in the evening for desert and drinks at sunset. Crown Center is a woman's pRon shop, tailgate.

Also, buy her a vibrator.

If she doesn't like the shopping, fine dining, tailgating and Chiefs game...she can Fug herself.

ChiefButthurt
08-02-2006, 05:39 AM
Depending on what sort of shopping she likes to do, the Plaza has some pretty first rate stores, and all the girls I know (including my wife) really dig it. Seriously, most of the shops down there are ones that aren't found in a lot of other cities (like Anthopologie). It has the added bonus of hosting plenty of bars, so you can go get wasted while the wife blows all your dough.

Here's a list of the stores down there. For all I know, you're from New York, so this might be old hat.
Map

1154 Lill Studio 4725 Broadway (816) 753-1154 G152
A|X Armani Exchange 4700 Broadway (816) 531-2020 C32
Adrienne Vittadini Accessories 445 W. 47th St. (816) 531-8336 C166
Adrienne Vittadini 439 W. 47th St. (816) 753-8280 C167
Aldo Coming Soon (816) 531-4790
American Eagle 306 W. 47th St. (816) 531-6716 F74
Ann Taylor 309 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-6300 G131
Ann Taylor Loft 235 W. 47th St. (816) 531-6134 I103
Anthropologie 531 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-4429 B7
Apple Computers 4712 Broadway (816) 960-3700 C35
Aveda 230 1/2 Nichols Road (816) 531-5433 I115
Baby Gap & Gap Kids 424 W. 47th St. (816) 360-8200 C163
Balsano's Gelato Cafe 428 Ward Parkway (816) 931-4010
Banana Republic 440 W. 47th St. (816)753-1157 C162
Bang & Olufsen 4740 Pennsylvania (816) 931-6222 B22
Barnes & Noble 420 W. 47th St. (816) 753-1313 C31
Barnes & Noble Cafe 420 W. 47th St. (816) 753-1313 C31
Bath & Body Works 445 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-8956 D45
BCBG Max Azria 424 Nichols Rd. (816) 931-7400 C68
Beauty Brands 438 Ward Parkway (816) 753-8822 D57
bebe 4710 Broadway (816) 531-2777 C34
Best of Kansas City 314 Ward Parkway (816) 931-8600 G85
Betsey Johnson 225 W. 47th St. (816) 931-9944 I106
The Better Cheddar 604 W. 48th St. (816) 561-8204 B20
The Body Shop 231 W. 47th St. (816) 753-7485 I105
Brighton Collectibles 213 W. 47th St. (816) 531-8138 I108
Brooks Brothers 424 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-2600 C39
Chico's 602 W. 48th St. (816) 931-3777 B21
Coach 417 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-1771 D49
Cole Haan 401 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-1614 D102
The Connoisseur

4630 J.C. Nichols Pkwy (816) 753-9463 H130
The Daily Blues 608 1/2 West 48th St. (816) 799-0879
Diebel's Sportsman Gallery 426 Ward Parkway (816) 931-2988 D60
Discovery Channel 222 W. 47th St. (816) 931-0289 F98
EB Games 500 Nichols Rd. (816) 960-7030 A5
E.G. Geller 316 Ward Parkway (816) 931-0039 G85
Eddie Bauer 325 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-5390 G83
Enzo Angiolini 4720 Broadway (816) 756-5112 C86
Express 429 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-7151 D46
Function Junction 300 Ward Parkway (816) 561-7700 G87
Gap 424 W. 47th St. (816) 360-8200 C163
Guess? 429 W. 47th St. (816) 756-5828 C168
Gymboree 515 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-8460 B9
Halls 211 Nichols Rd. (816) 274-3222 I122
Harold's 340 W. 47th St. (816) 753-3393 F66
Helzberg Diamonds 400 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-4100 C43
Hemline 610 W. 48th St. (816) 753-0150 B16
Hudson & Jane 410 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-5010 C42
Images of Nature 421 W. 47th St. (816) 777-3510 C169
J. Crew 519 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-9744 B8
J. Jill 405 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-4000 D62
Jack Henry 612 W. 47th St. (816) 753-3800 A174
Johnston & Murphy 425 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-2377 D47
Kaplan's Fabrics 430 Ward Parkway (816) 531-4818 D58
LATTeLAND Espresso & Tea (original location) 318 W. 47th Street (816) 931-SIPS F69
LATTeLand Espresso & Tea (west location) 4771 Jefferson (816)931-7577 B6
lillibelle 4639 Wornall (816) 841-9682
Limited Too 445 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-2230 D44
Lucky Brand Jeans 4704 Broadway (816) 753-5823 C33
MAC Cosmetics 320 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-1075 G79
Mario Tricoci 111 Nichols Rd. (816) 931-9922
Mark Shale 111 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-5858 I139
Marmi Shoes 308 W. 47th St. (816) 561-2400 F73
MAX Studio 4724 Broadway (816) 756-1315
Nicholas Luggage 452 Ward Parkway (816) 753-2229 D54
N. Valentino 228 Nichols Rd. (816) 931-6425 A10
Optical Shop of Aspen 421 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-9966 D48
Origins 223 W. 47th St. (816) 931-4434 I107
Panache Chocolatier 418 Nichols Road (816) 931-3191 C40
Paper Source 621 W. 48th St. (816) 753-2777 B25
Pinstripes 601 W. 48th St. (816) 531-3355 B67
Pottery Barn 400 W. 47th St. (816) 753-3252 C149
Pottery Barn Kids 4760 Broadway (816) 561-8140 D99
Renners Fine Boots & Shoes 4632 Wyandotte (816) 561-0740 F89
Restoration Hardware 4701 Wyandotte (816) 931-6592 I121
Scandia Down 501 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-4144 B11
Sharper Image 333 W. 47th St. (816) 931-2097 G76
St. John 234 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-9400 I113
Starbucks 302 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-4246 G82
Street Scene Shoes 500 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-2122 A5
Sunglass Hut 212 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-4340 I120
Superlatives 320 Ward Parkway (816) 561-7610 G84
Swarovksi 427 Nichols Rd. (816) 756-1511 D51
Swirk 310 W. 47th St. (816) 753-1949 F71
Talbots 4725 Wyandotte (816) 531-7210 I140
The Children's Place 4705 Broadway (816) 531-8466 G153
Thomas Kinkade 401 Ward Parkway (816) 753-3330 H136
Three Dog Bakery 612 W. 48th St. (816) 753-3647 B14
Tiffany & Co. 301 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-7676 G124
Tivol 220 Nichols Rd. (816) 531-5800 I118
Tommy Bahama 324 W. 47th St. (816) 531-8688 F67
Topsy's Popcorn Shoppe 4706 Central (816) 753-7373 (800) 722-1930 G78
Urban Outfitters 500 Nichols Rd. (816) 753-8500 A5
Victoria's Secret 445 Nichols Rd. (816) 561-5812 D61
The Walking Co. 312 W. 47th Street (816) 753-3072 F70
White House/Black Market 606 W. 48th St. (816) 960-0580 B19
Williams-Sonoma 4765 Broadway (816) 561-4358 D63
Z Gallerie 450 W. 47th St. (816-)753-7590 C158

She really likes to shop and not buy a damn thing. I would consider that a waste of time, but that's an entirely different subject.

ChiefButthurt
08-02-2006, 05:42 AM
You've got a funny way of asking for help.

As far as she's concerned....there is shopping and fancy stuff to eat on the plaza...take her to the top of the Hyatt in the evening for desert and drinks at sunset. Crown Center is a woman's pRon shop, tailgate.

Also, buy her a vibrator.

If she doesn't like the shopping, fine dining, tailgating and Chiefs game...she can Fug herself.

I know, but this is a funny place.

She likes all of the above and because I like the Chiefs she will too for the weekend.

StcChief
08-02-2006, 07:51 AM
A woman that doesn't care or want to be there could be a real libility to having a good time

Take a buddy to football. Let her have a girls weekend.

ILChief
08-02-2006, 08:27 AM
definitely Country Club Plaza. It's one of my wife's favorite places. I'd recommend getting a hotel in that area as you can walk to the shops and great restaurants as parking down there can be a pain. I've stayed at the Hampton Inn and the Marriott. Both are great. Marriott is a little further away from the shops, but they offer a complementary shuttle. Also, if you're not gonna tailgate, the Chiefs Express buses will pick you up and take you to Arrowhead and then drop you off back at your hotel for $10 per person.

mrbiggz
08-02-2006, 09:14 AM
Schedule her an appointment at one of the Spa's in the city for 4 hours and take your son to the game. After the game take her to the plaza and do some shopping and/or grab a bite to eat somewhere at one of the places some of the other guys mentioned.

ChiefButthurt
08-02-2006, 11:12 AM
definitely Country Club Plaza. It's one of my wife's favorite places. I'd recommend getting a hotel in that area as you can walk to the shops and great restaurants as parking down there can be a pain. I've stayed at the Hampton Inn and the Marriott. Both are great. Marriott is a little further away from the shops, but they offer a complementary shuttle. Also, if you're not gonna tailgate, the Chiefs Express buses will pick you up and take you to Arrowhead and then drop you off back at your hotel for $10 per person.


Good advice, thanks.

Infidel Goat
08-02-2006, 01:03 PM
definitely Country Club Plaza. It's one of my wife's favorite places. I'd recommend getting a hotel in that area as you can walk to the shops and great restaurants as parking down there can be a pain. I've stayed at the Hampton Inn and the Marriott. Both are great. Marriott is a little further away from the shops, but they offer a complementary shuttle. Also, if you're not gonna tailgate, the Chiefs Express buses will pick you up and take you to Arrowhead and then drop you off back at your hotel for $10 per person.


If you get a hotel there, I'd recommend bidding on it through Priceline.

I think that there are only two 3 star hotels in that area (Sheraton Suites and Marriott), so you have a pretty good idea of where you'd stay. People have been getting these rooms for around $70 a night recently according to one website.

I'd start bidding at $50 and bump it up $5 or so each time it isn't accepted by adding a new zone that does not have any three star hotels.

However much money you save, you can mail to me (or spend on your wife at the Plaza) . . .

--Infidel Goat

Cochise
08-02-2006, 01:18 PM
When I see a thread titled "serious advice needed", I'm thinking that someone is about to off themselves, or they busted their wife blowing the mailman, or their kid's looking at 10-20 up the river. I'm not expecting someone wanting to know where all the banana republics and armani exchanges are located in town ROFL

Iowanian
08-02-2006, 01:20 PM
I misread the question.

Sound Advice eh....

You should probably go with Alpine or higher end Pioneer.

Demonpenz
08-02-2006, 01:24 PM
Valentine Video
901 Westport Rd, Kansas City, MO
3.5 mi S - (816) 561-3701

It All Bazooka's Show Girls
1717 Main St, Kansas City, MO
0.5 mi SW - (816) 421-1915

K C After Hours
11244 College Ave, Kansas City, MO
12 mi S - (816) 753-9966

Temptations
1517 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, MO
0.3 mi SW - (816) 421-5632

Shady Lady Lounge
2800 E 12th St, Kansas City, MO
1.6 mi E - (816) 231-9696

Diamond Joe's
3815 N Chouteau Trfy, Kansas City, MO
5.0 mi NE - (816) 453-6297

Ziegfield's Inc
1517 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, MO
0.3 mi SW - (816) 421-5632

Strand Theatre
3544 Troost Ave, Kansas City, MO
2.6 mi S - (816) 931-5341

Legs
13200 E State Route 350, Kansas City, MO
12 mi SE - (816) 313-5347

Massage Referral Hotlinde
Kansas City, MO

burt
08-02-2006, 01:34 PM
When I see a thread titled "serious advice needed", I'm not expecting someone wanting to know where all the banana republics and armani exchanges are located in town ROFL


What are you talking about??? That IS serious chit......

Infidel Goat
08-02-2006, 01:35 PM
Just because I like the name, I'd recommend Hi Fi Fo Fum. Of course, you have to go to St. Louis . . .

burt
08-02-2006, 01:36 PM
Valentine Video
It All Bazooka's Show Girls
K C After Hours
Temptations
Shady Lady Lounge
Diamond Joe's
Ziegfield's Inc
Strand Theatre
Legs
Massage Referral Hotlinde
Kansas City, MO

You are a wicked man....

Cochise
08-02-2006, 01:40 PM
What are you talking about??? That IS serious chit......

Hey, when I want your opinion, I'll shoot myself in the head.

(:p)

Cntrygal
08-02-2006, 05:33 PM
To all the guys that are talking about seeing guys who take women to the game and have a miserable time because she hates it...... Remember this! Just because she goes to KC for the weekend, does NOT mean that she has to go to the game.

GEESH.

Good luck ChiefPote, maybe she'll want to spend the afternoon wandering the malls not buying anything. :D

BIG_DADDY
08-02-2006, 05:40 PM
Isn't there a good strip club there?

crispystl420
08-02-2006, 07:14 PM
I say, any man who leaves a Chiefs game at halftime because of a woman is the bitch.
man law

LocoChiefsFan
08-02-2006, 07:41 PM
My wife doesn't like football either. But, I wanted her to go with me to my first pro Football game, and she had an absolute ball.Now every time I get tickets, she wants to go. I can't get her to watch one on tv with me, but she's always willing to go to the games with me.

ChiefButthurt
08-02-2006, 07:47 PM
When I see a thread titled "serious advice needed", I'm thinking that someone is about to off themselves, or they busted their wife blowing the mailman, or their kid's looking at 10-20 up the river. I'm not expecting someone wanting to know where all the banana republics and armani exchanges are located in town ROFL

Shopping is serious stuff to my wife. The Chiefs..I think we're all in the same boat there.

ChiefButthurt
08-02-2006, 07:51 PM
My wife doesn't like football either. But, I wanted her to go with me to my first pro Football game, and she had an absolute ball.Now every time I get tickets, she wants to go. I can't get her to watch one on tv with me, but she's always willing to go to the games with me.


I think that will happen in my situation.