Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Mission, Kansas Restaurant Week Helps Pandemic Hard Times

A realization that an entire industry THROUGHOUT THE METRO has suffered a historic decline.

Here's a local promotion that deserves more attention and one of many local foodie alternatives that was almost completely wiped out by the pandemic.

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Mission hosts first-ever Restaurant Week to help aid local restaurants during the pandemic

Photo of Corner Lalo's Kitchen by Jeremey Theron KirbyThe coronavirus pandemic has made things tough for restaurants-follow capacity caps and social distancing mandates have hit, along with economic uncertainty and some diners who don't go out. Mission's Business District has announced plans to help draw attention and customers to city with its first-ever restaurant week, happening in early March.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mission Kansas is a redneck armpit town. They tried to charge all the churches a "seat tax". Yes they were going to tax each seat in the church. Then a driveway tax, tax for each parking space in your driveway. They the police dept trainer, Mr Mcool bragged to be about the potential of a black being killed during a nightime traffic stop (I saved the message). What a town!

And the Mission bar that sold cocaine for years was finally torn down, thankfully

Anonymous said...

^^^ thankfully?

Narc.

Anonymous said...

@11:39 Thanks Gladys Kravitz. Mind your own fucking business!

Bandit said...

"Mission Kansas is a redneck armpit town."

Continuing that analogy would make KC a crack hoe sphincter. 😏

Anonymous said...

^^Parlor. Go.

Bandit said...

^^Off. Find it an f*ck in that direction.

Anonymous said...

^^Huh? Does anybody who attended Special Ed (chuck, Tracey, Stupid dave) care to translate that mess of shit?

Bandit said...

Translation: F*ck off. Get it now dope?

Anonymous said...

^^No. I graduated college. I don't speak trailer-trash.

Anonymous said...

Well, 3:21 Well, your mother is a trailer-trash whore. She taught you to talk.