Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue, Freight House is a restaurant wedding venue in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri. Located in a refurbished freight house, this distinctive venue combines raw urban architecture with sleek contemporary features. A variety of materials and textures adds character to the restaurant, making it an inspirational place to celebrate unity and togetherness.
Facilities and Capacity
This edgy Kansas venue can accommodate a variety of wedding styles. For couples sharing this milestone with an intimate group of loved ones, there is a private room available that seats up to 16 guests. Alternately, dining and banquet facilities can be arranged for up to 130 guests in the main facility. Set in a flourishing creative area of the city, the building features spectacular 25-foot ceilings, industrial brick walls, and shiny wood paneling. Metallic chandeliers and soft lighting create an atmosphere of romance with an industrial edge, ideal for couples who want an original, non-traditional celebration. Guests can view the restaurant’s unique see-through fireplace which adds even more personality to the venue. Additionally, a quaint outdoor patio provides a space for newlyweds to enjoy some fresh air and share a quiet moment.
Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue offers a range of event planning and catering services. They can assist couples with audiovisual equipment, florals, decor, entertainment, and more. The professional kitchen staff can help with designing a menu so you and your guests have the best possible dining experience on the big day.
Couples can choose between a buffet or full seated service. Either way, the catering staff at the freight house strives to impress you and your guests with their menu of barbecued and smoked dishes. Buffet service includes a variety of hickory-smoked meats cooked tenderly in a brick oven. There is a choice of beef brisket, smoked turkey, roasted ham, or pulled pork.
This inspiring business started out as a traditional storefront barbecue in 1957. They began cooking gourmet meats over hickory wood in the 1970s, building an extensive barbecue menu. The family-owned business is now in its third generation and one of the largest establishments of its kind using this method of cooking.
The Freight House fits in perfectly in its location in the Crossroads Art District. It is surrounded by a hub of culture, including a model rail museum, a ballet center, and a variety of war and art museums.