Tuesday, January 21, 2014

A Taste Of Perfect Village

Another pretty great comprehensive foodie review from Perfect Bite KC: Tavern in the Village

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Why can't she go away and take her old man with her?

Anonymous said...

This blogger has no clue how to write a complete intelligent review. While her writing is passable, for a while she refused to include addresses for the places she reviewed, now she is being cute by giving a city but not where the restaurant is. With a blog reaching the WORLD. the reviews smack of small town paper where everyone knows where everything is. Her small town attitude and inability to provide the minimum of information, such as handicap accessibility, credit cards, whether small children would be welcome, pretty much only about what she puts in her mouth.

Tony have you been in her mouth?

Anonymous said...

No 7:50 but Byron will be along and tell you how wrong you are and that you hate all women and probably was one of those who had sex with Daisy.

Anonymous said...

Well I know now where I won't go in the big foodie tour

Wants Less Food Critics said...

Hell she is married to Roe and you expect her to know what is good or not?

Anonymous said...

The typical commenter here: Hates blacks, especially poor, uneducated, violent blacks. Hates whites, especially well-off, educated, peaceful whites. Hates liberals of all races and persuasions. And women, especially assertive women. And gay people. And pretty much anybody who doesn't believe in Jesus and Rush.

The comment section of Tony's blog is the other Kansas City Zoological Park.

Anonymous said...

I am 7:50 and there is no hate in my comment. My comments just highlights the juvenile way the blog is written. Not understanding your audience or where they may be when they read your blog is just childish to not include all the relative information on who what when WHERE how and why, but this perfect bite kc blogger is just another educated white know it all, who is wasting her, and anyone who reads her missives, time.