Tough restrictions and targeting by politicos helped to shut down many local eateries during the opening stages of the COVID pandemic in Kansas City.
Now . . .
KANSAS CITY FOODIES HOPE FOR A RETURN TO LOCAL RESTAURANT GLORY AS WE EMERGE FROM THE DARK WINTER!!!
Here's a peek at the call to action and hope for the future . . .
"The metro lost beloved bars and restaurants to the pandemic, but this year will see both new and familiar names stepping in to fill the void."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Restaurants are still struggling with supply chain and staffing issues but food writer Jenny Vergara believes owners are "hopeful that, going forward, people will return to restaurants and that there will be some sort of sense of normality as we continue to figure out how to deal with this moving forward."
The restaurant industry has taken a hit during the pandemic but there are some encouraging signs when in Kansas and Missouri. For some businesses, this year's Restaurant Week has helped the bottom line.
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