Tuesday, August 06, 2019

Reporting Westside Market Redux

A smart biz move to spruce up a local place in order to welcome give hipsters who still want to maintain the illusion that they're slumming. Read more:

In Kansas City's Westside Neighborhood, Los Alamos Market y Cocina Transitions From Market into Restaurant

After 18 years in the same location, Los Alamos Market y Cocina, located at 17th and Summit in the Westside, received quite a facelift this spring. Owner Agustin Juarez and his son, Benito, decided it was time to reinvent their business model to stay relevant to the changing needs of the neighborhood.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

So they are now charging $45 for a bowl of that in the pic to appeal to scooter kidsters who earn a living drawing cash from bank of mom and dad.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Good plan!

Anonymous said...

Mom and Dad it’s time to close their account.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Hey man it's good food so can the hate crap.

Anonymous said...

Los Alamos is the best Mexican restaurant in KCMO. Period. Happy to see them succeeding.

Anonymous said...

It's good, but it's not better than some of the restaurants along Independence Ave. or St. John, or on Central in KCK.

Anonymous said...

Best damn steam table in town, lovely lovely ownership, kind and good people. may they truly prosper. the costillos verdes is incredible and worth the money. they pay rent to a nasty yuppie trustafarian who owns the building, but Augustine and his family are wonderful.