KC Hopps

Stroud’s makes feeding holiday guests easy with its hot-and-ready Christmas Eve to-go dinners

Two options feed groups of all sizes from intimate get-togethers to “The whole family is coming!” dinners

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (Dec. 6, 2018) – This Christmas Eve, Stroud’s is offering full-size, to-go meals that feed groups of all sizes. Orders must be placed by 3 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 21 and can be picked up on Monday, Dec. 24 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The Stroud’s Christmas Box Combo feeds four to five people and includes four entrées, two sides, and your choice of two additional sides. “The Whole Family is Coming” box feeds any number of people and includes two entrées, three sides, and your choice of one additional side.


Stroud’s Christmas Combo Box:

$44.99 + tax

Feeds 4 – 5 people


Entrées included:

Spicy Hot Chicken Bites

Chicken Thighs

Chicken Legs

Chicken Fingers


Sides included:

Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

Cinnamon Rolls


Choose Two Additional Sides:

Baked Beans

Green Beans

Mac and Cheese


The Whole Family is Coming! Box:

$17.99 + tax per person


Entrées included:



Mashed Potatoes


Sides included:

Turkey Gravy


Cinnamon Rolls


Choose One Additional Side:

Baked Beans

Green Beans

Mac and Cheese


Stroud’s – Fairway

4200 Shawnee Mission Parkway

Fairway, KS 66205

Christmas Eve to-go dinner orders: 913-262-8500 or


Stroud’s – Overland Park

8301 W. 135th Street

Overland Park, KS 66223

Christmas Eve to-go dinner orders: 913-499-0135 or


About Stroud’s

The year was 1933. Prohibition had just been repealed, we were between two World Wars and Stroud’s Restaurant was built. Stroud’s started as a BBQ restaurant by Guy and Helen Stroud on the county line at 85th and Troost. The road house remained a BBQ restaurant until World War II. During the war, because beef was being rationed, Helen Stroud started serving pan-fried chicken. The original chicken dinner was only 35 cents! In 1977, two Kelly’s Westport Inn bartenders, Mike Donegan and Jim Hogan, purchased Stroud’s. After inheriting a couple of Helen’s cooks and recipes, they came up with the menu we still serve today.


In 1983, Mike Donegan, his twin brother, Dennis, and Jim Hogan purchased Oak Ridge Manor in the northland. A third location in Wichita, Kansas, joined the Stroud’s family in 1992. The original Stroud’s location closed its doors in 2006, and re-opened in Fairway, Kansas, in 2008. The Fairway location joined forces with KC Hopps in 2013, and together they opened a location in Overland Park, KS. Through the years, Stroud’s has received many national awards including the James Beard Award for Excellence and the Zagat Award for Best Restaurant. Stroud’s has been honored with appearances on the Travel Channel’s Man v. Food and No Reservations, Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate and KCPT’s Check Please. Stroud’s has also been featured in several national and international publications. The Wall Street Journal, Gourmet Magazine, The New York Times, People Magazine, Esquire, Bon Apetite! and Playboy Magazine, to name a few.


Mike Donegan, along with his caring and professional staff, operate all of the Stroud’s locations with the same ultimate goal of serving delicious, home-cooked meals in a fun, friendly atmosphere. Stroud’s in Fairway and Overland Park, Kansas are also managed and owned by KC Hopps, Ltd., and a group of local investors.


About K.C. Hopps

The KC Hopps restaurant management group opened its first location in 1993 in the Waldo neighborhood of Kansas City. It now owns and operates multiple establishments across eastern Kansas and western Missouri that combine great atmosphere, friendly service and made-from-scratch menus. KC Hopps restaurants and concepts include Blue Moose, Barley's Kitchen + Tap, O'Dowd's Gastrobar, Stroud's, Relish Catering, Classic Catering and the Moose Truck, a food truck serving Blue Moose favorites. For more information, visit