Tuesday, July 28, 2020

COVID-19 Killed Kansas City Crossroads?!?

A sign that "momentum" has stalled amid the pandemic, a deadly First Friday shooting and the realization that broke-ass city hall no longer has the cash to sustain this hotspot . . . Read more:

Made in KC moving Crossroads HQ, flagship retail store to revitalized Martini Corner

A new spin on Made in KC's local-first, retail-cafe concept - complete with a drive-thru window and shuffleboard bar - will provide a vibrant and dynamic new experience for the Tower East neighborhood in Midtown, said Keith Bradley.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Drive thru and shuffleboard bar.



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Anonymous said...

How bout a Mountain Dew and Chips bar?

Anonymous said...


The virus killed a lot of things and with the mask rules in place who wants to go out? I will have to say the crossroads was just for kids I had lunch down there, the food was bad, and the place was dirty, so were the servers. You really can't hang out a shingle and expect great business and it would have died due to crime anyway. Not like Westport used to be or the Plaza where it catered to everyone all day long.

Anonymous said...

Good luck Crossroads! You’re target audience spends what little disposable income they have on weed, shoes, cellphones and the latest Xbox.

Anonymous said...

You forgot all the shitty tattoos the get.

Anonymous said...

Hipsters shaved their beards and now their legs. Wanting to be Paulette instead of Paul Bunyon. Who said the world isn't changing for the better ? Ba ha ha