Talk of The Town Joins LiveWell Restaurant Program

Talk of the Town Grill and Bar Leawood location is the newest LiveWell Restaurant Program Partner

Talk of the Town Grill and Bar is a new partner in our LiveWell Restaurant Program. Talk of the Town’s mission is “offering a family friendly atmosphere as well as supporting an equally satisfying environment for people of all ages and interests.”

 

Lighter Side Menu

Talk of the Town’s new “On the Lighter Side “menu includes specific combinations of appetizers, plated meals and salads. These menu items meet the nutritional standards of the LiveWell Restaurant program guidelines for reduced sodium, total fat and calories. Stop in and try the Hummus and Veggies appetizer, or perhaps the Raspberry Chicken Salad with a special house made dressing, you will be glad that you did!

 

Talk of The Town
5201 W 135th St
Leawood, KS 66224

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