OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — There’s a new home for Chiefs Kingdom, and it plans to open to the public for the AFC Championship Game Sunday afternoon.

The Kingdom Bar and Grille” is located near West 127th Street and Antioch Road. It features big screen TVs, bar games, and a large patio for warmer months.

“I’m opening the Kingdom kind of as a celebration to Kansas City sports. It’s not just football. It’s football, baseball. It’s going to be a community of people who love our city,” owner Darin Seck said. 

The menu offers typical bar snacks, salads, sandwiches, steak burgers, pasta, and barbecue. The bar’s owners said it will feature a limited menu during the game on Sunday.

“It’s kind of a combination of all the things that makes Kansas City great. Smoked meats, barbeque, burgers, steak, up-scale bar food,” Executive Chef Joshua Rosen said. “We’re hoping it will be the premiere place in Kansas City for people to watch games. For people to be involved in the Chiefs.” 

Seck said the goal is to make the Kingdom a place where fans can come together to celebrate all things related to Kansas City sports. 

“I enjoy being around people, making people smile and making people laugh and making people have fun, because at the end of the day that’s what we are all here to do,” Seck said. 

When you walk into The Kingdom Bar and Grille, you’ll notice the custom artwork on the walls. They are the creations of local illustrator Chris Sembower. Each piece depicts an iconic moment or player from Kansas City’s history.

If you’re throwing a party of your own, The Kingdom Bar and Grille also offers catering, to-go orders, and tailgate meal pick-ups.

The Kingdom Bar and Grille will open its doors at 11 a.m. on Sunday, January 30. After the grand opening Sunday, The Kingdom will be open daily from 11 a.m. until 2 a.m. The Chiefs and Bengals are scheduled to kick-off from Arrowhead Stadium at 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.