The annual Kansas City winter upscale foodie festival has been dramatically downsized to cope with the "dark days" of the pandemic.
The event has always been over-hyped but this time around posh restaurants are counting on civic pride and sympathy for service industry workers to help sell dramatically overpriced fare. It's a decent pitch considering that takeout food gratification is often fleeting.
Nevertheless, local media is helping throw a lifeline to local restaurants that continue to suffer through the KCMO COVID crackdown whilst losses & shut downs pile up.
Here's a far more upbeat promo clip directed at locals with disposable income who might need a self-esteem boost along side their pricey, sumptuous, cuisine.
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