1830 Walnut KCMO
816 832 4564
  • What does "shared plates" mean?

    Shared plates are meant for social dining. We suggest three to four plates per person in your party. Of course guests may order plates for themselves as well. There are no traditional entrees, as this style of dining encourages tasting many different flavors and techniques.

  • If I or one of my guests has an allergy, can you accommodate us?

    Yes, and we can best prepare if you let us know in advance, preferably in your reservation notes. Please note our kitchen contains all usual allergens so cross-contamination cannot be completely avoided. We apologize we cannot accommodate a vegan menu in our Tasting Room.

  • How late do you serve food?

    We serve food until closing every night. At 10pm, we transition to our late night menu which has some options from our dinner menu, and some special items everyone craves in the late hours.

  • Do you accept walk-ins?


  • Where should I park?

    There is typically quite a bit of street parking available nearby along Grand, Walnut, or 18th in the evenings. Or there is a pay-to-park garage on 19th and Walnut with the entrance on 19th street side.

  • Do you have gift cards?

    Yes, we offer gift cards that may be purchased in-person or over the phone, and comes with a notecard either given to you or sent directly to your gift recipient.

  • How do I cancel my Supper Club reservation?

    You may do it here through TOCK, or email host@corvino.com, or you can text or call us at 816-832-4564.

  • What is your corkage policy?

    We politely discourage corkage, but if you have a very special bottle we are happy to serve it for you. Our corkage fee is $35 per bottle, for up to two 750ml bottles, or $70 for one magnum, per reservation. We do require that the producer, regardless of vintage or vineyard, not be present on our wine list.

  • Is the Supper Club a good choice for children?

    We think so, if your child enjoys dining out. We do not have a children's menu, so please review our current options. We will try to accommodate as best we can.

  • What kind of music is performed in the Supper Club?

    On Thursdays-Saturdays from 6-8pm, a single instrumentalist will play, which vary from piano to guitar or even a harp. On Friday and Saturdays from 8:30-10:30pm, we host duos or trios. On Sundays we have duos from 6-9pm. The genres include jazz, Cuban, folk, soul, and more. Regardless of style, the music is always meant to enhance your experience.

  • May we bring in a dessert for a special occasion?

    Our pastry chef is happy to create a custom dessert befitting your celebration. However, if you have something very special you may bring it into the Supper Club, though there will be a $5 per person charge to cover service. Please note, we do not allow any outside food in the Tasting Room.

  • We're celebrating - can I bring in balloons, candles, confetti...

    We have lots of ways to make celebrations special - champagne upon arrival, custom cakes, custom florals and more. However due to our very high ceilings, we do not allow balloons. Due to our open flame license, we do not allow outside candles, sparklers, or the like. If you have a private party booking, you may discuss table decor with our events team, though regular reservations may not bring confetti, glitter, or similar due to the time to clean up before the next guests arrive.

Tasting Room
  • How much time should I allow for the Tasting Room experience?

    Chef Michael will guide you through his tasting menu over approximately 2.5 hours. This is an intimate culinary experience so please allow yourself time to enjoy the evening.

  • In the Tasting Room, there is a set menu. What if I have allergies or restrictions?

    The Tasting Room is a very personalized experience. The Chefs cook for each individual starting days before the reservation. Please let us know no less than 24 hours prior to your booking so they may prepare your dishes accordingly. Please note, our kitchen contains all usual allergens therefore cross-contamination cannot be completely avoided. Additionally, we are unable to accommodate vegan menus in our Tasting Room at this time.

  • What is the attire for the Tasting Room?

    Please note that jackets are befitting but not required. Dark denim or slacks with a collared dress shirt is appropriate, and ties are optional. We kindly ask to avoid t-shirts, shorts, sporting attire, hats or casual wear.

  • May I bring in a special dessert to the Tasting Room?

    No outside food is allowed in the Tasting Room. We have a talented pastry chef who is happy to work with you on a custom dessert if you choose.