Last night's Chiefs game offered a terrifying glimpse into the "dark days" of Winter ahead for local bar biz.
To wit . . .
KANSAS CITY SMALL BIZ SUFFERED HORRIFIC LOST REVENUE AFTER MAYOR Q'S CURFEW PUSHED PATRONS OUT BEFORE THE END OF THE CHIEFS GAME!!!
Westport was a ghost town, the Plaza was empty, P&L District served only a smattering of patrons whilst our JoCo friends report that bars on the nicer side of the state line managed to accommodate more biz whilst still obeying safety precautions.
Moreover, local entertainment district insiders contend that the continued crackdown will undoubtedly chase more customers away and take a toll on local jobs.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There's a new curfew in place parts of the metro. Bars and restaurants in Kansas City, along with Jackson and Wyandotte counties, can no longer be open past 10 p.m. On the first weekend of these new restrictions the Kansas City Chiefs are playing a night game.