Pandemic numbers and news have continued to spike yet it seems like January's premier foodie event remains on track.
And so we ask . . .
SHOULD WE BE CONCERNED ABOUT THE COVID SPIKE CLOSING LOCAL JOINTS AHEAD OF RESTAURANT WEEK?!?!
So far newsies have danced around this question.
For instance . . .
In this report, the main concern is buried in the final paragraph . . .
"The restaurants mentioned in this article plan to be open by next weekend, just in time for Kansas City Restaurant Week."
That might be good from a biz perspective but we're not certain what "the science" seyz about public health protocols.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The National Restaurant Association published research this week backing the trends we're seeing locally. It says 4 out of 5 restaurants are understaffed. This weekend, a handful of Kansas City restaurants shut down for a few days for various reasons, many related to Covid-19.