Food & Drink

Kansas City Passport Serves Up Drink Specials

Grab your passport—not to leave the country, but to get drink specials throughout Kansas City.

The Kansas City Passport, available for $20, is a pocket-sized black book full of two-for-one drink specials at 30 venues.

Founded in Denver in 2013, The Passport Program has been guiding craft beer, spirit, and wine lovers through some of the top culinary cities in the country. Other cities participating this summer include Boulder, Denver, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Nashville, Seattle and D.C.

“The Passport is a collection of everything from dive bars to white table cloths, and all of them offer something different and uniquely them,” Morgan Floyd, city manager of the Kansas City Passport, said in a statement. “It has something for everyone, whether you’re a beer enthusiast or want to try a unique cocktail.”

Il Lazzarone’s Boccone Dolce

The 2016 Passport Program launches on May 27th and runs through September 5th. Each Passport is valid for the two-for-one special at each establishment, and upon redemption, bartenders will stamp the Passport. Participating KC spots include Amigoni Urban Winery, Barrel 31, Ça Va, Cinder Block Brewery, Doughnut Lounge, Il Lazzarone, The Drum Room, Jax Fish House and more.

See a full list and order a Passport here.

Photo via Il Lazzarone KC’s Facebook page.