Here's another local sign of the pandemic relenting and a bit of hope for this cowtown.
After nearly two years of lockdown and eating expensive slop from Styrofoam boxes . . . Local foodies are looking to reclaim their territory.
Here's a line that only makes sense to a person who doesn't microwave most of their meals . . .
"The new cocktail menu makes great use of amaro and the wood-fired oven in the lobby produces some great pizzas. They’re also doing tableside mozzarella."
Even better, there are some really nice pix in this story . . .
Take a peek via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
The last big post-pandemic re-opening we expect to see in the city happened last Friday. Lazia, the stellar Italian spot in the Crossroads Hotel, is back with a Godfather's vengeance. With travel still stunted, hotel restaurants have been slow to return. Lazia, which retooled its menu and dining room during the break, took a little...