Visit DEAN & DELUCA in Kansas City


Customer Service - (913) 498-3131, For Catering Ext. 1,
4700 West 119 St., Leawood, Kansas 66209
Hours of Operation: Mon.- Sun: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Visit our Kansas City Location. A Local Favorite, right Next to Town Center Plaza.
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DEAN & DELUCA opened its doors on the most well-known corner in Johnson County in December 1997. The intersection of Roe and 119th Street has become a gastronomic destination.

What DEAN & DELUCA brings to Kansas City is unique. Our shelves and display cases offer a selection of cheese and charcuterie, oil and vinegar, packaged foods and housewares that is unparalleled in the region. Our product array, while focusing on the finest international ingredients from around the world, has a decided midwestern twist. Our guests are as passionate about food as we are, and we strive to inform them about what drives us to offer each product, why our products are superior and how to prepare them.

Our chefs personify the DEAN & DELUCA belief that culinary excellence is the ultimate luxury, offering the complete epicurean experience. The objective has been to produce dishes that are unique to the American heartland. The challenge to our culinary team is to put a modern twist on traditional comfort foods. The response has been enthusiastic.


Creative Confections, Chocolates & Candy. 

Gourmet Grocery

Gourmet Grocery. 


Cheese from Around the World. 

DEAN & DELUCA Spice Collection. An efficient and stylish way to display your favorite DEAN & DELUCA herbs & spices neatly arranged in clear test tubes. Comes with a specially designed spoon for spices.DEAN & DELUCA Espresso. While any coffee bean can be used to produce authentic espresso, we have carefully selected beans of remarkable quality, smoothness, and sweetness to produce DEAN & DELUCA Espresso.Ossau Iraty Cheese is a classic sheeps milk cheese made in the French Pyrenees in two neighboring provinces, the Ossau Valley in the Bearn and the wooded hills of Iraty in the French Basque country.