Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Beloved Brookside Avenues Bistro Shuts Down And Moves To Johnson County

An upscale local establishment relocates to the Golden Ghetto as the KCMO restaurant industry continues to feud with city hall and the culture war street art a few blocks away obviously didn't attract big money customers.

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Brookside restaurant closes, temporarily moves to Johnson County

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Brookside restaurant has closed its doors after 15 years and temporarily relocated to Johnson County. Avenues Bistro, which opened in 2006 at 338 W. 63rd St., recently closed. Chef and owner Joe Birch said the restaurant has moved to a location in Merriam, where it continues to do takeout and curbside orders.

7 comments:

Bandit said...

It won't be the last to move from the crack hoe sphincter of the metro LOL!

Anonymous said...

Way to go Q & Rex. Have ya met your destruction quota yet?

Anonymous said...

Temporarily moving out of Brookside -- means "we ain't NEVER coming back" and we getting out while it's good. Bye bye Brookside and South Plaza and Plaza and.........

Anonymous said...

Good spot for tattoo parlor or hair weaving salon.

Anonymous said...


Good for them Kansas City is no place to be for anyone or anything. Hope they find a new home in the burbs.

Anonymous said...

Most likely another area of Blight for Brookside, with all the crimes recently in Brookside. Too close the people responsible for the majority of murders, robberies and violent crime. Youtube surely has a video or two of shooting on porches etc.. Or maybe you can go look at the murder shrine a few blocks north of this empty ass store.

Anonymous said...

Good spot for a Cricket cell. Additionally, We haz Gold Grilles store franchises available.