Chiefs' Mahomes And Kelce Set To Open Steakhouse In Kansas City

Photo: Instagram/Patrick Mahomes 

Kansas City's football icons, quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce, are making waves off the field with their latest venture. 

Partnering with hospitality group Noble 33, they're set to launch 1587 Prime, a luxurious steakhouse slated to debut in early 2025 within the Loews Kansas City Hotel.

Named after their respective jersey numbers, Mahomes and Kelce aim to infuse the restaurant with subtle nods to their on-field triumphs. 

Photo: Instagram/Travis Kelce

Speaking to "Good Morning America," Mahomes expressed enthusiasm, stating, "Travis and I have become frequent visitors of Noble 33 restaurants in other cities, so it only made sense to bring something special to our own community in Kansas City."

Kelce echoed the sentiment, highlighting the opportunity to craft a unique dining experience in their hometown. Tosh Berman, co-founder of Noble 33, praised the collaboration, emphasizing Mahomes and Kelce's role as natural hosts.

The 10,000-square-foot space will boast private dining rooms, a remarkable meat display, and an extensive wine collection, promising patrons a modern American steakhouse experience. Situated near Arrowhead Stadium, the restaurant aims to become a cornerstone of Kansas City's culinary scene.

Stay tuned for updates on this exciting culinary venture from the dynamic duo of Mahomes and Kelce.

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Source: USA TODAY

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