Friday, January 08, 2021

Kansas City COVID Restaurant Week 2021 Handed Over To The Mexicans

Local hacks are upbeat about Winter foodie offerings and hope that white guilt will inspire people to pay ridiculous markups. 

Still, we can't help but think that this year they're throwing pandemic scraps to local restaurant owners who usually reside further down the food chain.

Check-it . . .

KC Restaurant Week 2021 Offers More Women- and Minority-Owned Options

Like most restaurateurs who have survived the pandemic, Chef Zaid Consuegra Sauza of Pirate's Bone Burgers pivoted, turning his original dine-in concept into a carryout-only model. His plant-based restaurant in the Crossroads was featured in Bon App├ętit before the pandemic and ABC News interviewed him about his status last summer when it appeared his Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) might be in jeopardy.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Women-owned options? Sounds good, I’ll take a furburger, and a box lunch.

Anonymous said...

^^^ LULZ!

Anonymous said...


Didn't I read where this guy is an illegal alien? Oh well the people out of work and getting kicked out of their apartments will not mind at all.

Anonymous said...

I say immediate amnesty for purveyors of fine Mexican food.

Anonymous said...

I thought this guy was illegal.