Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce to open steakhouse in Kansas City

Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce Team Up to Launch Premier Steakhouse in Kansas City

Kansas City, Missouri, is buzzing with excitement as Chiefs superstars Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce have unveiled plans for a brand-new steakhouse. Slated to open its doors in 2025, this culinary venture will be nestled within a local hotel.

The duo has joined forces with the esteemed Noble 33 to introduce 1587 Prime, a contemporary American steakhouse, to their hometown. This announcement was made public on Thursday, marking a significant partnership between the Super Bowl champions and the hospitality giant.

Set to grace the Loew’s Hotel in Kansas City, 1587 Prime promises an impressive layout. With street-level entry, the establishment will spread over nearly 10,000 square feet, encompassing two floors.

Mahomes and Kelce, in collaboration with the global hospitality leader Noble 33, are eager to bring their vision of a steakhouse to life. Noble 33 is renowned for its portfolio of distinguished restaurants, including Toca Madera, Casa Madera, Meduza Mediterrania, and Sparrow Italia, which have delighted diners in cities like Scottsdale, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, and London.

Mahomes expressed his enthusiasm, noting their frequent visits to Noble 33’s establishments in other cities. He emphasized the importance of offering something unique to the Kansas City community.

Kelce shared his excitement about the venture, highlighting the aim to craft a unique dining experience right in their beloved Kansas City.

1587 Prime will not only offer private dining rooms and a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen but also feature a striking meat display. This display, along with other elements of the restaurant, will pay homage to the on-field achievements of Mahomes and Kelce.

Adding to its allure, the steakhouse will boast one of Missouri’s most extensive wine collections, as per Noble 33’s statement.

This announcement comes shortly after the duo celebrated their Super Bowl LVIII victory in Las Vegas, adding to the celebratory mood surrounding their new venture.