Family Friendly Bingo in Kansas City

For those with a competitive spirit and a love for wholesome family fun, an organized game of Bingo is just what you need to shake things up a bit on the weekends. Local Kansas City establishments are offering these types of activities as a great way to attract engaged customers who want to get out of the house, but also need an outlet to entertain their children. Bingo is the perfect way to capture a wide-range of age and ability levels, yet still provide a laid-back atmosphere where snacking, chatting and relaxing can take place. 

Consider attending one of the following fun (and often FREE!) events soon, and prepare for everyone from toddlers to grandmas get hooked! 

Family Friendly Places to Play Bingo in Kansas City

Boulevard Brewing

A Kansas City institution is broadening its scope and aiming to attract more families to their popular beer hall. Beginning at 11 a.m. on Sundays, the no-cost event is the perfect way to close out the weekend together. This guide provides all the fun details. Come hungry, thirsty and ready to compete! This is a highly recommended and sought after event, make the time to attend soon. 

Contributor Julia Wilhite and her family love Boulevard Bingo Sundays!


Chick-fil-A, Oak Park Plaza, holds a monthly breakfast Bingo! Follow their Facebook page to be informed on dates. It is free for all ages and prizes include Chick-fil-A gear and food vouchers. Reservations are not required, but seating is limited. When the kids tire of sitting, they can enjoy the indoor play set. Consider this perfect morning outing when weather is less than stellar, and you don’t feel like firing up the skillet at home! 

Smitty’s Garage

This burger establishment on 88th and Ward Parkway holds Bingo every Friday night beginning at 8pm. While it might be past the bedtime for little ones, this is a great place to grab a later dinner with tweens and teens and compete for fun prizes. It is free to play! 

American Legion Post 370 in Overland Park

One Wednesday a month, the American Legion Post 370 in Overland Park hosts a family Bingo night, open to the public. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., games begin at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.. No outside food is permitted, as they sell treats and simple eats on site. The Legion often sponsors this event as a way to give back to local charities and causes. Be sure to check their Facebook page and note any donations they may be collecting! A fun night, a good cause and good ol’ fashioned fun, sounds pretty superb. 

Red Crow Brewing Company

Red Crow Brewing Company in Olathe encourages all ages to join them on Sunday mornings from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for the beloved, age-old game. It is free to play, but reservations are a smart idea for guaranteed seats. Pro tip: arrive at 10:50 a.m. if you plan to walk in, rather than reserve ahead.

Trivia is also a big draw at Red Crow Brewing if you happen to miss the Bingo festivities!

Chicken N Pickle

In conjunction with many local charities, Chicken N Pickle in Overland Park hosts Bingo & Brunch for $25. Plan on two hours of play while you socialize and enjoy the great food. Note, the brunch is not included in the ticket price. Prizes and raffle items are always included in the festivity, and all money raised goes back to the charity. These events happen often, so check the events page to reserve tickets. Once the game has commenced, take advantage of the lawn games, ping pong tables and pickleball courts to make it a full day affair! 

Chicken N Pickle in the Northland also hosts a weekly game on Sunday mornings. It is free to enter, and often associated with a charity event, similar to the Overland Park location. Check their events page often to see upcoming events and dates! 

Happy playing! 

Kristin is a Lee’s Summit suburb transplant, after living in the Brookside and Plaza areas for over eight years. Raising three young boys with her husband, Jake, has helped her to embrace the messy, wild side of life where love is expressed in bear hugs and body slams. Professionally, she can be found teaching classes as an adjunct professor in the areas of Business, Marketing and PR. She is able to provide her students with applicable, real-life knowledge as she draws from several years working in the corporate sector. “Free time” (ha!, what's that again?) is spent on an occasional date night to favorite local restaurants, reading blogs on everything from home design to politics, riding her sweet beach cruiser bike and thinking of ways to convince her husband to do yet another home improvement project.