C. Jacks Sidewalk Cafe is leaving the Village Shops at the end of the year, but its signature menu item, C. Jacks Quiche, will still be available in northeast Johnson County.
C. Jacks owner Ron Shockley said the shop will stay open through the holidays and move to its new location in Shawnee close to the new year. C. Jacks will be sharing a space at 11111 Johnson Drive with Iced Art, owned by Michelle Rice, one of Kansas City’s top cake stylists. The new location is across the street from Shawnee City Hall.
C. Jacks Quiche will still be available at Hattie’s Fine Coffee in Corinth Square and at Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive in Mission. Whole quiche also will be available at Hen House in Village Shops and orders through C. Jacks at the new location can be picked up at Hattie’s on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
C. Jacks will still serve customers out of its current location at 6937 Tomahawk until at least after Christmas, Shockley said. He hopes to now focus on wholesale clients rather than being a restaurant and cafe, but still serve customers who want individual orders. C. Jacks narrowed its menu earlier this year to concentrate primarily on quiche.
Shockley said the new location may serve coffee, quiche and pastries in the morning, but that decision has not been finalized. C. Jacks quiche also is available at Homer’s Coffee House locations, Black Dog in Lenexa and Cosentino’s Market in downtown KCMO. Shockley said larger orders will be delivered within a limited service area.
The name will change to C. Jacks Quiche (dropping the ‘sidewalk cafe’), but the phone number will remain the same for orders (913-384-2445), which also can be placed online at cjacksquiche.com after the move. Shockley said his lease is up Jan. 1, so he will likely move in the few days just before then.