Frequently Asked Questions


Updated: 5/30/21


  • Are masks required at the Center?

No, masks are not required to be worn in the shopping center’s common areas, however Legends Outlets will continue to support retailers’ decisions made by their corporate offices regarding masks inside their own leased spaces.

As of May 28, 2021, Wyandotte County’s mask orders have been lifted, and social distancing is no longer required. Public health agencies such as the CDC, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and the UGPHD, recommend that unvaccinated individuals continue to wear masks when in public. 

For more information, click here


  • Are wheelchairs and strollers still available for guest use?

These amenities are available for guest use. If you’d like to borrow one, please visit Security Dispatch on the main level of the garage. 


  • I have been stuck at home with my teenagers for far too long; can I drop them off to shop for a while?

As much as we sympathize with your need for some in-home social distancing, our Parental Escort Policy is in effect at all times to further help our efforts in providing a safe, clean, and enjoyable experience for all.


  • Where can I find more information on the regulations and Covid-19 for KCK and Kansas?

Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Wyandotte County Covid-19 Hub

ReStart WyCo – Road to Recovery















Who’s up for dining al fresco? For your convenience, here’s a list of places where you can enjoy a full meal, sweet treat or snack outside.


  • Chipotle
  • Chiusano’s Brick Oven Pizzeria
  • Culver’s
  • Granite City Food & Brewery
  • Jose Pepper’s
  • Panera
  • Stix
  • Yard House



  • Auntie Anne’s
  • Cold Stone Creamery
  • Panda Express
  • Sheridan’s
  • Yogurtini




*List may not be all-inclusive and delivery options will be subject to your location. Carry-out options are typically offered at all restaurants. Please contact individually for hours and more info.

*For a list of retail stores currently open, click here.


Last Updated – 6/25/20

Applebee’s: OPEN FOR DINE-IN

Bob Evans: OPEN FOR DINE-IN | To-go orders and free delivery. Call Bob Evans (913-299-1278) or go online to place orders for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Delivery is also available via Uber Eats and PostMates. 


Chipotle: OPEN FOR DINE_IN | To-go orders & delivery available online .

Chiusano’s: OPEN FOR DINE-IN

Cold Stone Creamery: OPEN FOR DINE-IN 



Five Guys: OPEN FOR DINE-IN |To-go orders and delivery. Call Five Guys (913-334-4700) or go online to place orders. Delivery is available via Door Dash, Uber Eats, Grubhub and Postmates.

Granite City: OPEN FOR DINE-IN | To-go orders, curbside pickup and delivery. Call Granite City (913-334-2255) to place curbside pick-up and to-go orders starting at 10 a.m. daily. Orders can also be placed online. Brunch will continue to be available on Saturdays and Sundays.


Jazz, A Louisiana Kitchen: OPEN FOR DINE-IN | To-go orders, curbside pickup and free delivery. Call Jazz (913- 328-0003) or go online to place orders. Delivery is also available via Door Dash, Uber Eats, Grubhub and Menufy. 

Jose Pepper’s: OPEN FOR DINE-IN 

LongHorn Steakhouse: OPEN FOR DINE-IN 

McDonald’s: OPEN FOR DINE-IN | Drive-thru open. Delivery is available online, or via Door Dash and Uber Eats. 

Noodles and Company: To-go orders, curbside pickup and delivery. Call Noodles and Company (913)299-8866 or go online to place orders.

Panda Express:  Drive-thru open; online and mobile ordering available; Delivery is also available through UberEats, DoorDash, PostMates, or Grubhub.




Yard HouseOPEN FOR DINE-IN | To-go orders. Call Yard House (913-788-4500) or go online to place orders. Delivery is now available through Grubhub. 


Re-opening plans include added safety & social distancing measures

With the state of Kansas on the path to recovery, Legends Outlets is working on plans to safely reopen the shopping center. The health and safety of its retailers, guests and employees remains to be the top priority, and the center will implement many new social distancing and community safety measures recommended by the Wyandotte County Health Department.


During the mandatory stay at home order, Legends Outlets remained focused on deep sanitization throughout the center. They introduced a hospital-grade touchless sanitation machine to increase cleanliness and productivity to common areas, restrooms and corridors. They also used this time to make updates and improvements around the center, such as:


• Sandblasting and repainting benches, stairwells, poles, and railings
• Power washing all trellises and awnings
• Enhancing landscaping
• Installing new LED lights in the parking garage
• Repairing concrete around the center


As expected, the shopping experience will be a bit different for guests the next time they visit. As Legends Outlets prepares to reopen the center to meet the needs of the community, they are taking the following steps to place health and safety above all else:


• Working with the security team to control access and flow of traffic through the center and to pinpoint high areas of concentration throughout the center and parking lots

• Encouraging social distancing throughout the center; using signage and decals to help customers practice social distancing

• Requiring retailers and restaurants to reconfigure their spaces to accommodate the 6-foot social distancing recommendations

• Restructuring common areas to safely provide comfort and enjoyment with proper social distancing

• Installing no-touch step and pulls on all restroom doors

• Closing levels two and three of the parking garages; closing the escalators and elevators

• Turning off drinking fountains

• Installing hand sanitizer stations throughout the center to ensure employees and guests have access as needed

• Providing masks and gloves for employees

• Offering free onsite temperature checks, disposable masks and sanitizer wipes for guests upon request


The center has also implemented an aggressive disinfecting regimen on top of its already rigorous cleaning schedule. Housekeeping and security partners have added additional hours and equipment for cleaning and sanitizing throughout the day as well as after-hours, with a focus on high-touch points and high-traffic surfaces.


Several stores at Legends Outlets will be re-opening as early as May 18. Some retailers will be operating under alternate hours or may be opening at a later date, and others are working on plans that will allow shoppers to place their order over the phone and pick up in-store. Legends Outlets will continue to update its website with details as those plans become finalized. Essential businesses including restaurants remain open for curbside pickup, carryout and delivery services only. Please click here, or contact individual restaurants for more information. A full list of restaurants and phone numbers can be found here.

For a list of retailers currently open, click here.

To see a list of our frequently asked questions, click here.