A full-service butcher shop and bistro opens in Overland Park

Interior of McGregor's Bistro / Photo Courtesy of McGregor's Butcher and Bistro

KC native Mike Gregg and his wife Phyllis Gregg are starting their maiden voyage in the restaurant world with McGregor’s Butcher and Bistro (11300 W 135th St. Overland Park, KS). The establishment, which officially opened last week, consists of a butcher shop on one side, and a fine dining bistro and bar on the other.

Chef Erik Fernandez, who has helped open restaurants for Yard House all over the country, created a French inspired menu reminiscent of a traditional steakhouse. Starters include Scotch eggs, oysters and roasted bone marrow while classic entrees of seared scallops, fresh pastas and grilled King salmon are available. 

Along with an extensive selection of fine steak entrees, a steak flight is offered that includes a four ounce house filet, four ounce strip and a four ounce Akaushi (Wagyu) ribeye. 

The dining room seats up to seventy-five and the bar seats thirty. 

The butcher shop gets its goods from Fortune Fish and Arrowhead Specialty Meats. There’s also a small market with imported and local goods.

If you order the steak flight, you’ll see the option to add a Highland Scotch Whiskey to your meal. Gregg was inspired by his Scottish heritage which he has traced back to 840AD. The McGregor clan were cattlemen and a “rowdy bunch,” according to Gregg. Around the year 1600, it was punishable by death to bear the McGregor name. McGregors fled their country and “that’s how my bloodline got to the states,” Gregg says.

“They changed their name and that’s why my name is Gregg. In some small silly way, I’m giving the name back.”

Bistro Hours
Tues – Thurs: 11AM – 9PM
Fri – Sat: 11AM – 10PM
Sunday: 11AM – 5PM 

Butcher Shop Hours
Tues – Thurs: 9AM – 7PM
Fri – Sat: 9AM – 8PM
Sunday: 11AM – 5PM

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