The reality . . . The decline of the Kansas City restaurant scene is good for everybody's ethics AND livers.
And so, here's the quick roundup listicle from a foodie writer with noticeably fewer adjectives given the steady diet of garbage that most white ladies are forced to write regarding so many awful establishments . . .
Verdant vibes inside the Westside's Fox & Pearl. // Photo by April Fleming. For diners, 2019 has been a generous, heaping plateful of a year. Tons of interesting restaurants and bars-too many to name them all here-opened across the metro, offering everything from handcrafted pasta to vegan burgers to CBD cocktails to Burmese food.