Despite the lack of dine-in customers for nearly two and half long months during the shutdown, Darrell Loo of Waldo Thai stayed busy. Loo is the bar manager for the popular restaurant in Kansas City, Mo., and he credits increased drinking and looser liquor laws during the pandemic for his brisk business.
Monday, June 22, 2020
Coronavirus Lockdown And Restrictions Spike Kansas City Alcohol Sales & Abuse
Kansas City has a vibrant and often irrationally exuberant booze culture along with far too many purveyors and facilitators of liquored up good times . . . Accordingly, whilst this article talks about firewater sales as the saving grace of beleaguered restaurants; the uptick in drunkenness is creating other unforeseen and negative consequences on public health . . . Read more: