Actually, the better fast food joint and nicer places traditionally skip high crime urban and low-rent rural locations. The alleged discrimination is economic and not location based.
However, we wouldn't dare stand in the way of another local gripe for junk food . . . Meanwhile or Asian and Middle-eastern friends have taken advantage of the absence of East side chains as an economic opportunity.
Here's the premise . . .
The announcement of four Whataburger locations around the Kansas City metro is sparking a conversation about development and the lack of franchise restaurants in the urban core.
Despite renovations and redevelopment of key and high traffic areas, many say the area continues to be overlooked.
“It’s sad that when other companies are being courted to come to your city, they look everywhere else but here,” local outreach leader Pat Clarke said. “It’s something we are used to in the urban core. Something we have had to deal with on the east side."
Clarke said although the conversation was sparked by Whataburger, the problem is much deeper.
You decide . . .