Friday, February 07, 2020

MILLENNIALS RUINED MARTINI CORNER: KANSAS CITY DEVELOPERS HOPE TO REVIVE GROWN-UP HOTSPOT!!!

It was all over once the martini bar stopped selling martinis.

Here's a plan that wants to encourage "density" without a crowding of d-bags. Don't worry, Kansas City has never been able to perfect this formula and sustain it . . . Read more:

New plan for Martini Corner could make area 'a real destination,' developer says

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A new plan is shaking things up at Martini Corner on the northwest corner of East 31st Street and Gillham Road in Kansas City, Missouri. New renderings from Kansas City-based Exact Architects, provided to 41 Action News, show a second-floor outdoor deck that would connect Brick House KC, Sol Cantina and Ollie's Local.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

In that area not a chance because the blacks ruin everything. BTW I watched a video today on cities that are bad places to live and KC is one of them. Business and jobs are leaving in record numbers. Gee does that mean I can have a whole floor to myself in the new three light?

Anonymous said...

Wow, you saw a video!?!?! Actual moving pictures? Why that's totally unheard of!

I'm really convinced!! I'm packing up immediately! He saw a video, everybody! Where was it? Morontube.com?

Anonymous said...

^^^Ha! 6:17 just got knocked the fuck out!!!! Good job, good job!

Anonymous said...

@7:20, we see you're congratulating yourself again - good job!
Completely transparent actions, but we appreciate your trying to create the impression that anyone gives a shit about your snarky little cowardly post @6:55.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Chimpster/6:55 & 7:20, you don't even know what a job is, bum monkey! You watch WWE and fantasize you're getting knocked out by "rasslers" while they're packing your monkey mud with big bananas!

Anonymous said...

31st & Gillham hasn't been the same since Duke The Spook's Coffeehouse shut down.

Anonymous said...

To understand what ruined Martini Corner you must look at what built it. Costco and Blvd Beer sponsors of the new bars built the relevance. It was not the millennials that wrecked it. The wrecking came from 40 something tattooed cokeheads whose dealers came in to fulfill sales. And the BS followed.

Anonymous said...

@8:24. Bullseye. Forgot the heroin.

Anonymous said...

^^^ I don't totally disagree with 8:24.

But the place had a pretty decent vibe about 10 years ago. The drugs played a part in ruining it but the "in crowd" definitely played their part.