Thursday, February 20, 2020

Johnson County Seyz Goodbye To Johnny's

Worthwhile last words from this old school BBQ joint that didn't change with the times or move to a better location hidden from customers . . . Checkit:

Johnny's in Mission has closed its doors after 50 years. Here's what Johnny had to say about the future

Photo by Zach BaumanSome say it began when an attractive teenage high school girl ordered a Dr. Pepper from a handsome teenage high school boy in a Kansas City, Kansas, barbecue joint. Their mutual attraction led to courtship, marriage and a decision to open a barbecue joint when they were in their early twenties and raising two babies.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

At his age the future is measured in days, hours, minutes, and seconds. Enjoy retirement while you have the opportunity. Your only invincible for a short time.

Super Dave said...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^That is so true

Anonymous said...

^^Thank God. You geezers need to let go. Can't come soon enough!

Anonymous said...

Oh Chimpy. Even an old human will outlive your silly monkey ass! Lol

Anonymous said...

To the poster at 12:45, how rude! Even if you’re young, do you hope that your parents, grandparents, etc. “let go” soon? What a miserable life you must lead to make such a thoughtless remark.

Unknown said...

Sad to hear you are closing, some of the best BBQ in the KC area are the ones that didn't compromise quality for growth