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Q39’s bar manager, Jenn Tosatto, launches competition level bar program

Tosatto builds all new cocktails around the flavors of Q39, along with a new beer and wine menu

Kansas City, Mo. (Oct. 19, 2016) – Q39’s newly hired bar manager, Jenn Tosatto, created an entirely new bar program to match Q39’s championship-winning barbeque. Since July, Tosatto has spent time getting to know the menu, the bar staff and immersing herself in the high energy of Q39.


She built the program alongside executive chef and owner Rob Magee to coordinate cocktails, wine and beer with the flavors of Q39. Tosatto’s bar program and the kitchen go hand-in-hand, complementing each other and using house-made ingredients in the cocktails. Tosatto experimented on classic cocktails with classic techniques so all flavor profiles will pair well with barbeque.


Tosatto’s new bar menu consists of all new original cocktails, four additional draft beers, nearly all new red, white and sparkling wines, eight new craft beers and two new gluten free beers.

Many of the cocktails’ ingredients are made in-house, like the cherry cordial, smoked honey, cinnamon syrup, bloody mary mix and the large au jus ice cube. 


Q39 Original Cocktails

Everybody’s Girl 

Grant’s Scotch, Cream Sherry, Averna, House made cherry cordial, Bitterman’s Burlesque bitters

Smoke and Fire Margarita

Vida Mezcal, Cointreau, lime, Bitterman’s Hellfire Shrub

O Sherry Mio

Amontillado Sherry, Old Overholt Rye, Lemon, Orange, Fresh Pineapple, Cinnamon Syrup

Wink and Nudge

J. Rieger Vodka, Leopold Bro’s Michigan Cherry Liquor, Lemon, Cinnamon Syrup, Hard Cider

The Peddler’s Moon (served up with a kicker)

Leopold Bro’s Apple Whiskey, Big O Ginger Liquor, Lemon, Grapefruit, Mint

Ka-Mai

Absolute Vodka, Combier Pamplemousse liquor, Lemon, Grapefruit, Mint

Q Smoked Old Fashioned

Four Roses Yellow Label Whiskey, Smoked Honey, Angostura and Orange Bitters

Q Bloody

Your choice of Vodka, Gin or Tequilla, topped with our house-made bloody mary mid, featuring our Zesty BBQ sauce and house pickle brine. 


Throwback Cocktails

Perfect Manhattan

Maker’s Mark, Noilly Pratt Sweet and Dry Vermouths, Angostura Bitters

Original Gin Martini

J Rieger Gin, Noilly Pratt Dry Vermouth, Orange Bitters, orange twist

Ward 8

Rye Whiskey, Lemon, orange, grenadine

Dark and Stormy

Goslings Black Seal Rum, lime, ginger beer

Boilermaker

Can of PBR and shot of Old Overholt Rye Whiskey


About Q39

Q39 is fast earning its reputation as one of the best new restaurants in Kansas City. The restaurant is a unique hybrid of a wood-fired grill with award-winning barbecue in a full-service, sit-down restaurant, serving creative cocktails in a traditional bar. Q39 is chef-driven by Rob Magee, blending his national championship with the Munchin’ Hogs barbecue team and his training from the Culinary Institute of America. Thrillist featured Q39 in its “The Best BBQ Across America, According to Experts” as one of the “Best Burnt Ends”restaurants and The Huffington Post includes it as part of “5 of the Hottest Barbecue Trends for 2015.” Yahoo Travel includes Q39 in its “50 States: The Best BBQ Across America” as the best barbeque in Missouri. The Pitch stamped Q39 as “one of the best new barbecue joints to open” and The Kansas City Star says ”when the best of both worlds collide — as they have with Q39 — everyone wins.” 


Located between the Country Club Plaza and downtown Kansas City, near the Westport entertainment district, Q39 is in the heart of the barbecue capitol. Q39 is located at 1000 West 39th Street, Kansas City, Mo., 64111. The restaurant is open 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday. For more information or reservations, call 816-255-3753 or visit Q39kc.com.