Monday, August 28, 2017

Coach's Seyz Goodbye To South Kansas City

Blame global climate change or tragic neglect to local water/sewer infrastructure . . . Either way, this biz bids adieu to and increasingly forgotten part of Kansas City proper. Checkit:

Friends and employees bid farewell to old Coach's Bar & Grill with a family photo

The restaurant at 103rd and Wornall was heavily damaged by recent flooding.

10 Comments:

The Truth of the Matter said...

How much more publicity does this need to have?

Anonymous said...

Haven't they flooded five or six times over the years?

Some people never learn.

Anonymous said...

Why in the hell do people act like this to in adamant objects? Like JJ's Bistro people acted most sadden that the building was lost than that of human life his dad was killed while walking in the area of his own bar yet more attention seems to be given to the buildings then to the human life I don't fucken understand it anymore

Anonymous said...

Amazed that this is still a topic of conversation. If businesses want to build in a flood plain or near a landslide-prone area, they shouldn't be surprised when disaster strikes. It's like walking with your eyes closed. Sooner or later, boom, something will happen.

Oh, and poster at 11:39 a.m. - got a BIG laugh about the "in adamant objects" - I think you mean inanimate objects. Thanks for the grins.

Anonymous said...

I love in adamant objects!

Anonymous said...

So much for what you think

Anonymous said...

Inanimate or admamant? What difference does it make? It's either here or there.

Anonymous said...

sometimes I feel like I have an in adamant object between my legs, sad but true.

Anonymous said...

^^^ if you did Tony would be doing tons of silly stories about it.

Anonymous said...

Adam Ant had a good song....