Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Corazón & Midtown Kansas City Coffee

Nice video feature about a local place that might or might not hold enough cultural street cred to make up for the lack of parking . . . In a town filled to the brim with coffee shops, the Hispanic pastries, food and vibe might be the key to survival for this place. Take a look:

New coffee shop brings Hispanic traditions to Westport

THE MENU. HOW DO YOU WANT TO FIX THIS? IT'S CAREFUL PLACEMENT, FOR THE PERFECT PRESENTATION. THAT'S A BIG MONTH FOR US TO REMEMBER THOSE THAT WE'VE LOST . CAFE CORAZON JUST OPENING. NEAR 43RD AND WESTPORT ROAD THEIR MOST POPULAR ATTRACTION , THIS ALTAR.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's not Westport idiots. Actually it's on the Sly James International QuikTrip freeway.

Anonymous said...

^^^ MLK Highway ? or Obama ? or James Brown express

Anonymous said...

We don't need gang shooting in this area. Its racist to link a racial type with a retail store. What if there was a coffee shop bringing caucasian traditions to Westport?

Anonymous said...

"All saints day" - the spirits of the lost come back to visit us? That is not scriptural in the new or old testament. Read Christ's parable about the good and evil men after they died. It was asked if the good man could return to earth and visit the evil man's relatives. Christ clearly said no way -it can never happen. He will not allow it. Please don't call Christ a liar, it cant happen

Anonymous said...

^^Oh so sorry you still believe that Good Book of yours. Not everyone does, so you may not agree, but you better respect their beliefs, that's for sure. Try to remember that your religious views end at yourself. They do not extend to everyone. If you can't, maybe you should move to China. Copy that?

Anonymous said...

Another coffee shop hanging in there til pot gets legalized.

Anonymous said...

The only thing I copy @1:55pm is a Dead Man Walking! @12:10pm You tried. Kick the dust off your feet and Walk Away .....

Jim Bullabrew said...

Bill's Bike Shop, circa 1981. Took care of feral cats.