Thursday, November 14, 2019

Momentum: Kansas City Foodie Biz Shuts Down Despite 'Booming' Industry?!?

Restaurant biz sign of the times . . . Houlihan's confronts harsh times.

And old school Country Club Plaza Fred P. Ott's is just about kaput . . . Meanwhile, here's an even better overview that claims this is part of local restaurant momentum and should be expected. Checkit:

Turnover expected as KC restaurant industry booms

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two companies with well-known restaurants in the Kansas City metro filed for bankruptcy this week. Bread & Butter Concepts, which runs eateries such as Gram & Dun and Stock Hill, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as a way to reorganize.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- TOE JAM ON BUNIONS

After years of waiting tables to put her kids through private school, Lucille succumbed to the agony of da' feet!!!

Anonymous said...

Caption:
Toe-knee Botello takes a break from his bread winning gig at Hamburger Mary’s

Retro ROCKER said...

The trend will continue, Americans Now hold a record $14 TRILLION IN CONSUMER DEBT-FROM CNN WIRE.MANY Reasturants,will not survive once people are Taped out, It will be after the 2020 election you will see more Bankruptcy.

Anonymous said...

I had a terrible meal at Houlihan's once years ago and never went back. It offered horrible value for the price.