McLain’s Market coming soon to southern Overland Park

McLain's Market Overland Park

Kansas City eatery McLain's Market plans to open its newest Johnson County location in southern Overland Park this fall. Photo via McLain's Market website.

Kansas City’s McLain’s Market will soon open its newest Overland Park location.

The long-standing restaurant and bakery — which sells a range of sandwiches, salads and baked goods — will open a new southern Overland Park location this fall.

McLain's Market south OP
Kansas City’s McLain’s Market will bring its sandwiches, salads, cookies and cakes to southern Overland Park. Photo via McLain’s Market website.

McLain’s Market will operate at 15102 Travis St.

  • The restaurant will move into a 3,200-square-foot building off 151st Street and Metcalf Avenue.
  • The space previously housed the Jersey Boyz Subs and Deli, which closed in 2022.
  •  The restaurant will neighbor Aspen’s Restaurant & Lounge and Collector’s Choice Trains.

McLain’s Market already has one Overland Park location

  • The Kansas City eatery opened its first Overland Park location in 2016, in what used to be a Shell gas station at 10695 Roe Ave.
  • The restaurant has become quite popular in Overland Park since then, and owner Mollie Lothman said this often results in a parking problem at its Roe Avenue location — a factor that, in part, led to the need for a second eatery and bakery in Overland Park.
  • McLain’s Market will have the same operating hours as its other locations: 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday and Monday, and 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

This is also Johnson County’s third McLain’s Market

  • The McLain’s family opened the original McLain’s Bakery in 1945, which still operates in Kansas City, Missouri’s Waldo neighborhood.
  • Since then, the company has changed hands twice and opened two more Johnson County locations — the Roe Avenue location and another in downtown Shawnee
  • McLain’s Market is continuing to expand across the Kansas City metro area, with another new location planned this fall in North Kansas City.

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