HomeGrown Kitchen, a Wichita-based “daytime eatery,” has officially opened its first Johnson County restaurant.
Located on the corner of 117th Street and Roe Avenue in southern Leawood, the restaurant opened its doors at the end of May.
HomeGrown Kitchen operates at 11705 Roe. Ave.
- HomeGrown Kitchen moved into a space on the west end of the Camelot Court shopping center.
- The restaurant opened around the same time it received the Leawood Planning Commission’s approval of a final site plan last month.
- The restaurant neighbors Mr. Gyros Greek Food & Pastry and Smoothie King at the shopping center.
- HomeGrown replaced the Corner Bakery in the space, which closed last year after almost 10 years in Leawood.
- It’s open from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily.
HomeGrown Kitchen serves breakfast and lunch
- HomeGrown’s breakfast menu features a mix of sweet and savory items, such as coffee cake, cinnamon swirl French toast, avocado toast and biscuits and gravy.
- For lunch, the restaurant serves a range of sandwiches, salads and soups.
- HomeGrown’s menu also includes seasonal entrees and drinks — currently including items like lavender lattes, chilaquiles verde bowls and pistachio and cherry French toast.
HomeGrown originated in Wichita
- In addition to three locations in Wichita, the restaurant has two more locations in the Kansas City metro area.
- Leawood’s HomeGrown Kitchen is the first in Johnson County, while the other two Kansas City area locations operate in the Brookside neighborhood and in Liberty, Missouri.
- The restaurant is planning more regional expansion. The company recently opened a restauraunt in Des Moines, Iowa, and is opening another one in Springdale, Arkansas, in July.