The KC restaurant with grilled meats and beautiful views hosted Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce

According to Gary Worden, one of the co-owners of Piropos, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce had dinner at his restaurant located in Briarcliff Village on Sunday night following the Chiefs’ victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. Although he didn’t provide many details, he did confirm the news.

According to Worden, Travis and Taylor had visited Piropos several times in the past and their recent visit earlier in the week was a delightful surprise for everyone at the restaurant. Worden mentioned that the entire staff was excited to have them dine at the restaurant.

According to a report by The Daily Mail, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce were spotted arriving at an upscale Argentinian steakhouse in a luxurious Rolls Royce. The two enjoyed a romantic dinner that lasted for two hours, as per the report.

In 2001, Piropos was established by Worden and his wife, Christina, as a tribute to Christina’s South American roots. Christina grew up in Buenos Aires, where Taylor Swift will be performing her next three shows next month. Some of the menu items at Piropos are influenced by Christina’s family recipes. Initially situated in downtown Parkville, the restaurant shifted to 4141 N. Mulberry Drive in 2006.

According to Worden, their growth has been parallel to that of Northland.

Piropos is a restaurant that serves grilled meats, which is a popular choice among Argentinians. Their menu offers a variety of options, including a 14-ounce grilled ribeye ($52), grilled beef medallions with blackened tiger shrimp ($49), and a 12-ounce pan-seared New Zealand rack of lamb ($52). Additionally, they have seafood dishes such as pan-seared blackened mahi-mahi and a 7-ounce poached Maine lobster tail, as well as empanadas with a choice of beef, chicken, fish, or caprese fillings.

Kelce is definitely no stranger to indulging in hearty meals. In fact, just this month, he celebrated his birthday in style by treating a group of his closest friends to a delicious steak dinner at the renowned Golden Ox in the West Bottoms.

Piropos boasts a breathtaking view that is certainly worth the visit. Perched high on a hilltop, the restaurant offers a stunning panorama of downtown Kansas City’s skyline. Inside, visitors are greeted by a magnificent 35-foot mural hand-painted by the talented local artist Kathy Klein, depicting a bustling street scene from downtown Buenos Aires.

The name chosen for this project is “piropo,” which comes from the Spanish language and refers to a playful compliment or flirtatious remark. It perfectly captures the essence of what we want to achieve with this project – to create a fun and engaging platform that encourages people to connect and interact with each other.

If catching a glimpse of Taylor-Travis is on your bucket list, then you may want to consider applying for a job at Piropos. The restaurant is currently seeking hosts and line cooks, so this could be your chance to increase the odds of a celebrity sighting. However, it’s important to act fast as rumor has it that Kelce will soon be relocating from Briarcliff to Leawood, which could cause a surge in applications. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

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