Friday, May 01, 2020

Kansas City Gourmet Coffee Comeback

A hopeful foodie report on the pandemic reemergence of high priced coffee during the lockdown . . . Meanwhile, TKC was recently reintroduced to instant and realized there really isn't that much of a difference . . . Still, here's a way to spend 5 bucks on something that should cost 50 cents and feel good about it:

In Downtown Kansas City, the Owners of Vested Coffee Find a Window of Opportunity to Reopen for Carryout

When Nolan and Susan Dees were first dating, they daydreamed about someday owning a business together. Now retired empty nesters, the couple made that dream come true a year ago by moving from Texas to Kansas City to open the stylish Vested Coffee in the former Scratch Bakery space downtown.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anyones coffee except the Roastery. Owned by a pure ass.

Anonymous said...

Haha

Anonymous said...

Moved to Kansas City?


Huge mistake

Anonymous said...

^^and yet it's not whatsoever. Weird.

Super Dave said...

Coffee shops are proof of how lazy the American people have become. When you're too busy/lazy to brew your own damn cup of coffee at home in the morning you're not the sort of person I'd want in my employment. It displays laziness and poor spending skills.

Anonymous said...

^^and you're proof of how dumb the American people have become. Inane, bat-shit crazy ramblings, boring stories, and a shit-ton of stupidity in every post. OK Boomer?

Anonymous said...

^^Ahhhh the truth is really hard to take isn't it? Inane, bat-shit crazy ramblings only comes from you 20 or so times a day and each time it's the same lame old crap.

Anonymous said...

^^No the truth is easy to take...stupid dave is an utter moron. See how easy that is dummy?