Nothing says summer like a little bit of sweet, a little bit of booze and a whole lotta sass.

 

Captain Ben’s Comfort

Southern Comfort, Captain Morgan Spiced Run, cranberry juice, orange juice and grenadine.

Dre’s Escape

Malibu Rum, tequila, pineapple juice, sour mix and Sierra Mist

JR Ewing’s Nectar

JR Ewing Bourbon, triple sec, sour mix and Sierra Mist

Lexi’s Watermelon Punch

Watermelon Pucker, blue curocoa and Sierra Mist

Sheri’s Electric Lemonade

Smirnoff Vodka, blue curocao and Sierra Mist

Tanner’s Cake Toss

Sobieski Vanilla Vodka, Malibu Rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, Sierra Mist and grenadine

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Featured beers

June 2nd, 2015

Here are our featured beers right now, just in time for summer: Crispin Hard Apple Cider (by the bottle), Sam Adams Summer Ale (on tap), Blue Moon (on tap) and a couple of good old-fashioned baseball beers: Old Style and PBR (available in cans).

new featured beers

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Wine tasting

January 27th, 2015

We’re adding a couple of new wines to our list, and tonight you can sample them with a certified sommelier, Rachel Bennett. She’s pouring from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight, so plan your evening accordingly.

We’re offering special pricing on our two new wines as well: $5 per glass or $20 per bottle. Plus, you can buy a bottle to take home if you love it!

wine tasting

Try out some of our favorite dishes and help out a great local organization at the same time! $1 from every item purchased from this list will go to the Big Brothers Big Sisters program of Greater Kansas City:

chicken avocado sandwich

Black bean chipotle veggie burger wrap

Our delicious black bean chipotle veggie burger has a whole new home! Try this vegetarian delight in a soft tortilla wrap filled with sour cream, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, shredded lettuce and red onions. Served with a side of salsa and seasoned fries.  10.21

Grilled chicken avocado club wrap

Seasoned grilled chicken, avocado slices, shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, bacon, cheddar cheese and mayo wrapped in a soft tortilla. Served with seasoned fries and a pickle spear.  9.49

Loaded melt

Ham or turkey on toasted sourdough bread topped with melted Swiss cheese. Served with seasoned french fries, potato salad OR coleslaw, plus a pickle spear.  9.49

Asteria salad

Our take on a not-quite-but-almost-a-Greek sala – a fresh, light mix of Romaine lettuce tossed with olive oil and topped with grilled chicken, shredded mozzarella cheese, black olives, sweet red onions, sliced cucumbers, diced tomatoes and oregano.  10.29

Cowtown burger

You know what a proper Kansas City burger needs? A little more barbecue. Our juicy burger is topped with a pile of pulled pork sauced with our signature barbecue sauce. Served on a ciabatta bun with lettuce and pickle chips. Comes with our seasoned fries. 8.99

Guber burger

Our homage to The Wheel Inn in Sedalia, which invented this unique dish. Our juicy burger is topped with peanut butter, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle slices. Served with seasoned fries.  8.69

Pulled pork sammy

Smoked pulled pork sauced up with our sweet and spicy barbecue sauce on a sesame seed bun. Served with a pickle spear and seasoned fries.  9.49

Buffalo chicken hoagie

Grilled chicken tossed with a spicy buffalo sauce and piled onto a soft hoagie bun with sauteed green peppers and onion, plus melted mozzarella cheese. Served with a pickle spear and seasoned fries.  9.09

 

Our mixologists have been creating some amazing cocktails – they’re the perfect way to unwind after work or end a delicious meal!

Classic Cosmo Martini

Absolut Vodka shaken with Triple Sec, fresh lime and cranberry juice

Blue Hawaiian Martini

Malibu Rum and Sobieski Vanilla Vodka shaken with pineapple juice and Blue Curacao, topped with a cherry

Pomegranate Martini

Sobieski Orange Vodka, PAMA pomegranate liqueur and cranberry juice with a freshly squeezed lime

Lemon Drop Martini

Absolut Citron, a splash of sweet and sour and a squeeze of fresh lemon, served in a sugared rim glass.

Fogcutter

Vodka, gin, rum, brandy, pineapple juice, orange juice, cranberry juice and grenadine

Stumpwater

Malibu Rum and Captain Morgan mixed with pineapple juice, orange juice and Sierra Mist

Andrea’s Cherry Limeade

Cherry vodka, Sierra Mist, sweet and sour mix and grenadine

Classic Margarita

Tequila, Triple Sec, sweet & sour and lime juice served on the rocks in a salt-rimmed glass

 

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Daily drink specials

November 27th, 2012

These great prices on our signature drinks are available all day long, so stop in to try one!

Monday

Monday Mudslides • $6.00 – Vodka, coffee liqueur, Bailey’s Irish Creme – it’s chocolate milk with a kick!

Tuesday

Stumpwater • $4.50 – Malibu Rum and Captain Morgan mixed with pineapple juice, orange juice and Sierra Mist

Wednesday

Fogcutter • $4.50 – Vodka, gin, rum, brandy, pineapple juice, orange juice, cranberry juice and grenadine

Thursday

Andrea’s Cherry or Grape Limeade • $4.50 – Cherry or grape vodka, Sierra Mist, sweet and sour mix and grenadine

Friday

Brent’s White Russian • $4.50 – The Dude’s preferred beverage, named after our very own Dude in Residence. Vodka, coffee liqueur and cream

Saturday

Margarita (rocks only) • $4.00

All day every day drink specials

  • $3.70 pints of Boulevard Pale Ale and Boulevard Wheat
  • $5 Boulevard flights – sample of four draft Boulevards
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History

March 2nd, 2010

 

Have you ever wondered if Governor Stumpy is a real person?

Well, he is. And his spirit is alive and well every day in his grandson”s restaurant.

Stine and GussieGovernor Stumpy’s name comes from Edward A. Stine, a native Kansas Citian, distinguished business man, lawyer and local folk hero. Stine came by his nickname “Governor Stumpy” after requesting that the band of a jam-packed local restaurant play the Tennessee Waltz for the fifth time. The frustrated band leader questioned his adamant request for the song, and Stine’s wife, Virginia “Ginno,” shouted up to the stage that he was the ex-governor of Tennessee.  The band leader, now a bit excited to have a dignitary in the crowd, asked him for his name. Stine – taken off guard and put on the spot – quickly replied, “Governor Stumpy.”

Somehow the name stuck with him, and many of the patrons in the restaurant, intrigued by his presence, introduced themselves to Stine. From that day forward, as he frequented the local restaurants and businesses, he was known as “Governor Stumpy,” the ex-governor of Tennessee. Through the years the governor’s hospitable nature and fun-loving character made him into somewhat of a local dignitary. The grandchildren of Edward Stine proudly name this restaurant “Governor Stumpy’s” in memory of their beloved grandfather and in the tradition of hospitality and light-hearted fun that he evoked in so many people.

In 1997 Kevin Ryan and his family had a vision to create something of their own. So he leased the space at 321 E. Gregory and began tearing down walls. With lots of help from family and friends, the building began to take shape. The Ryan family was so immersed in this project that it is even the space where Kevin proposed to his now wife, Tanya. Fast forward 12 years and add in a few renovations, many children to the Ryan family and a great covered deck, and you have the best neighborhood bar and grill around. Come see for yourself.

Stumpy’s Summer Drinks

Stumpy’s Summer Drinks

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Featured beers

Featured beers

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