Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Coronavirus Shuts Down Tapcade

Hipsters lament this pastime that sadly involves sharing old school video game controllers . . . Checkit:

Crossroads' Tapcade closes after six years due to COVID-19

Brent Miller (left) and Adam Roberts (right). // Photo courtesy Roberts' social media Tapcade, Kansas City's first bar of its kind, will be closing in two weeks after six years in business. The Crossroads arts district's unique arcade-style bar will dissolve in favor of focusing on the in-house movie theater, Screenland Armour.

7 comments:

Bandit said...

Great job handling the zombie virus cooties Q Ball!

Anonymous said...

Couldn't be a case of the "unique" wearing off, could it?
High prices can work when "new and shiny", but for six years?

Anonymous said...


Mayor kneely won't let anyone open and do business. How sad after six years they are closing due to a greedy racist wacko. Everyone knows not even huge businesses can go this long without being open. Can't pay your rent show up at the mayors office.

Clayton Bigsby said...

$13 BLM micro brews and white guilt don't make for Happy Hour

Anonymous said...

How would you know house nigger? Massah never lets you leave the plantation.

Anonymous said...

Arcade alley in lees summit is open for business and popular

Anonymous said...

The beer wasn't that expensive. Anton's beer was twice as expensive - for a Hineken. But, it was loud and noisy in there, and the blacks ruined it every time.