Lee’s Summit, Missouri is the sixth largest city in the Kansas City Metro area with a population of 91,364. It was ranked 27th in the 2010 Money magazine 100 Best Cities to Live in the United States. Three public school districts serve the children of the city, Lee’s Summit School District, Blue Springs School District and Raymore Peculiar School District. The Lee’s Summit school district receive the state’s highest recognition for academic achievement, Missouri’s Distinction in Performance Award. During fall 2011, the the Lee’s Summit School District was recognized for being among a handful of districts in the state to earn a perfect score on criteria for the Distinction In Performance Award each year for the last 11 years. The Lee’s Summit School District was among 16 percent of the nation's school districts receiving the SchoolMatch "What Parents Want" national award in spring 2012. Longview Community College, Summit Technology Center, a branch of the University of Central Missouri and a branch of Baker University all provide opportunities for higher education in Lee’s Summit.
Japanese Steakhouse has become my all-time favorite hibachi restaurant since moving to Missouri. It's almost always a quick 'get into' place, and the service has always been great! The staff is very friendly and always seems to be on top of everything. If you're not a fan of hibachi, there is a Mr. Sushi located right inside situated to the left of the restaurant. They offer reasonably priced dinner for two deals, so it's perfect for a date night getaway. Make sure you wear stretchy pants because the amount of food you will get is insane! This restaurant is located right next to a few stores making for a fun evening out!