Nevertheless, as property taxes rise in Kansas City and the upcoming recession looms, we'll see more and more restaurants ask for help beyond better tips or more frequent visits. Is it worth it or simply delaying the inevitable???
First and foremost, this place has a strong following and many local customers so we're linking simply to lament that the eatery is in trouble and needs a hand to build a better establishment . . . Take a look:
After trying to find a buyer for their beloved neighborhood restaurant, You Say Tomato, Randy Parks and Mark Wingard approached their longtime employee and bookkeeper, Annie Clark Rousis and her husband, George.