ate beer and drank here while wife was attending a conference had a Ciabatta Bread Pizza OMG it was awesome the beer selction was crazy it was a friday night so it wad alot of people in it was really impressed with selection and service found new place to eat and visit when in KC
Indra (77) Suburbia, Kansas | September 30, 2012| Updated April 3, 2014
Has really become one of my favorite places in town to enjoy a draft beer. The beer selection is not huge (about 20 or so taps), but is extremely well-chosen and they always have something I want. Service and pricing are both very good. Decor is pretty low-key. Lots of hipsters present at all times. Food selection is lacking a bit in the variety department, but they do have very good pizza and sandwiches. Plus, the place is called "Waldo Pizza", so can’t really fault them for it at all. Extra special bonus points awarded for the salad bar which has REAL BACON for the bacon bits. Hell yes. All in all, great place to have some pizza and/or beer.
I don’t get it. Maybe my expectations were too high, but this place was awful. It is kind of a run down pizza shop that hasn’t had any updating since 1982. The beer selection was very good, but that is really the only redeeming quality. My beer was warm, and one was a pilsener. Not just room temp, but warm. Service was garbage, though they did seem to know at least a little about the beer. Ambience is bad. Food is horrible. Is this what passes for pizza in KC?
One of the best places in town to get great beer. They have a vast list by style of bottles and always have a solid selection of brews on tap, normally for the best prices in town. The only thing better here than the service and beer is the pizza, which you can custom make from all kinds of crusts, sauces and toppings. A gem.
It took me a while to get here but once I went I have been in love. This is my favorite beer spot in KC. Particularly, b/c of the selection and price. Its not the best selection I have ever seen and while the selection is good its not miles above the other places in town. But their beers are well picked out and greatly priced. Oberon pitchers are a steal. Bottle prices, maybe the best I have ever seen. Samples are a ridiculous bargain. I can always come here and find something I actually want to drink. Who ever picks out the taps knows what they are doing. Food is fun as well. Some interesting treats on there, check out the ice cream. It can get packed on a Saturday with families, young adults, older adults. Its appeals to a lot of people. If you visit one place in KC, I would say either go here and walk to 75th Brewing or the Westport Foundry/McCoy’s/Beer Kitchen combo. This one will be lighter on your wallet. Nothing special about the ambiance, a bit kitsch, which is cool and very unpretentious. Love the bathroom decoration.
Ah man, this place is awesome, minus all the stupid brat kids bought by douches who don’t watch their kids, but this place was easily my favourite stop in KC.. Great pizza, some of the nicest i ever remember eating (even though i lost my leftovers sometime during the evening when we left) .. great friendly servers and bartenders.. great selection, good diversity in the bottles (like abacus, and bourbon old stock) and generally just a nice place to visit. i would go every weekend if i lived in KC..
This place is awesome! Stone Ruination, Dieu du Ciel Peche Mortel, Lagunitas Gnarleywine, among other awesome selections. Great pizza; try the Waldo choice cuts on honey wheat crust. Great service from knowledgeable cicerone certified beer servers. The ambiance is the worst part: a lot of families with little kids in a damn loud space. It’s worth braving the crying babies for the pizza and beer.
Pretty cool local pizza place that happens to have an awesome beer selection. I would estimate their tap selection is up to about 20 now. Things you might not know: four 5oz tasters of anything on tap for only $5. The have a pizza/salad buffet Mon-Sat for lunch. I’m typically afraid of buffets but everything they offer is awesome. If you find yourself south of downtown KCMO, stop here.