Saturday, July 02, 2016

FEAR KANSAS CITY FIRST WORLD MIDDLE-CLASS HIPSTER PROBLEMS: CROSSROADS BAR BIZ CRACKDOWN?!?!

While Kansas City is undergoing a bloody summer spate of crime, violence and murder . . . A few denizens of the "creative class" and their bar buddies are making a stink over the rights of bar owner speculators selling the last legal drug.

WITHOUT QUESTION THE MOST DISGUSTING BIT OF KANSAS CITY RHETORIC THIS SUMMER BELONGS TO BAR OWNERS ACTING LIKE THEY'RE ON A SOCIAL JUSTICE CRUSADE IN THEIR FIGHT TO SELL OVERPRICED BOOZE TO THE COWTOWN BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE!!!

Here's a more sympathetic view that mistakenly regards bar biz moving as anything but a minor inconvenience to this town's middle-class functional alcoholics.

Please tip your waitresses and you decide . . . Liquor license restrictions driving bars out of Crossroads District

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Glorioso has a condo in David Johnson's building, who just happens to be the Crossroads Community Association President (LOL).

The number of scams this group of politico's and advocates have going to rip off taxpayers is astounding.

Anonymous said...

The liquor licensing is another thing that needs to be reserved exclusively for the State to control so that the political pandering, profiteering and tax manipulation is out of the picture.

Anonymous said...

What the hell are Kansas City beautiful people? All I see is fat chicks with tattoos, usually drunk.

Anonymous said...

Who cares where those losers go to drink? Smart people drink at home.

Anonymous said...

Over priced adult snow cones is a gimmick.
How many frozen drinks can one consume in an evening ...one possibly a 2nd
This bar shouldn't blame Crossroads, blame themselves for believing their own hype.
Never base a long term business or financial strategy on "trending "
Wesport beckons you...but the gimmick will be short lived there also

Anonymous said...

The Kansas City liquor system is the strictest in the state of Missouri or Kansas. You can get a liquor license in any surrounding city in under a month. Kansas City's average is 4 to 6 months because of it's already too complicated system. All licensing should be the same, no one should have to have restrictive/conditional licenses. Only KC does that. Every one's afraid that an URBAN/black club will open and only 3am liquor licenses draw that crowd. The bar owners and Jolie Justus are right here. The hold-up landlord should be exempt from voting on a license if he has one in any surrounding property like it use to be and none of this would have come up.