Celebrate Kansas City Tiny Table

Really nice homespun effort hopes to highlight local places and help workers claw back from the coronavirus crash . . . Checkit:

Local foodies dine out with tiny table to keep businesses cooking

KANSAS CITY (KCTV) -- Restaurants are slowly starting to open their doors to dine in customers. That's not where Chandler McCune and Craig Nagel prefer to eat during the pandemic. Their taste is more alfresco. "It sets the beautiful tones of Kansas City," said McCune.