Monday, January 25, 2021

Desperate Kansas City Restaurants Offer Patrons Freezing Patios Amid COVID Winter

Pricey restaurants and beleaguered wait staff want customers to enjoy all the benefits of camping in the cold along with higher prices.

Check the options that aren't nearly as good as cheap and easy drive-thru fare . . . Read more:

These Kansas City bars and restaurants are offering heated patio seating this winter

It's getting colder in Kansas City, which is putting even more pressure on bars and restaurants as coronavirus numbers continue to rise. Many of our favorite spots are working to give guests a little bit of warmth while keeping them safer outside.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

heat lamps are for autumn, not January. Sorry.

Anonymous said...


It's a matter of time before Cleaver and Lucas have their black panthers come by and shoot you.

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer. You sat under your bed in Frogville then. Pathetic, cowardly geezer.

Anonymous said...

Told you this wasn't going to work. Oh well!

Byron Funkhouser said...

Leave your balls at home, or you might lose them when they freeze off.

Anonymous said...

my heart goes out to you restaurant owners.

how can you make money when you have to run these heaters, on top of all your other increased expenses?

we are doing a lot of carry out at places, but, the quality is way down, it just is, for most of the type of food we like to eat out, the very reason to eat at a restaurant in the first place, something special, not easily done at home.

Anonymous said...

The Demoncraps never think too deeply about any problem, so their solutions never make sense.