Sunday, April 12, 2020

Beignet Closes As Kansas City City Market Rebrand FAILS To Withstand Coronavirus

This place never garnered a foothold in this historic location . . . Now it looks as the "upscale" ambitions of this location have betrayed businesses as middle-class customers weren't able to sustain the location during harsh times. Checkit:

Beignet closes after nearly 7 years in City Market

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Beignet announced it is closing after nearly seven years in City Market. In a Facebook post Sunday, the Cajun and creole restaurant said it is closing its doors "with a heavy heart & tremendous gratitude for everyone that made Beignet successful!"

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The first of many businesses to close. No business model exists for a shutdown without business for weeks or months on end. River Market is a tourist attraction primarily and the tourists wont return.

Anonymous said...

Yes indeed. Not many are prepared for an unseen illness(s). It goes back to save for a rainy day. Sadly some never can and those that can usually never do.

Unknown said...

This makes me sad.

Anonymous said...

Christ everything in cow town is just a tourist attraction to you JOCO wingers mad you can't fly off to Cancun.

Anonymous said...

"River Market is a tourist attraction primarily..."

You're a fucking moron primarily.

Anonymous said...

Without the office workers and the tourists the businesses in and around River Market cannot survive. The "landlord" is KC MO and the city is hemorrhaging cash. No safety net for the businesses (or the City of Kansas City).

Anonymous said...

You're so wise, Grandpa. Tell us about the good old days and Route 66.