The reality for owners and works is that the COVID comeback is mostly a myth broadcast on the nightly news.
Accordingly, we check this passage from a recent report and notice that offerings inside the loop remain pretty dismal whilst other parts of the metro bounce back more quickly . . . Check-it . . .
New legislation passed the House this week. The goal is to help the more than 177,000 restaurants that were left out in the cold when the earlier pandemic funding ran out.
The new bill would be funded by pandemic relief money that was taken as fraud and returned, which was almost $80 billion.
A restaurant owner said his downtown Kansas City restaurant used to be open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. during the week, but now it's only open for breakfast and lunch.
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Many Kansas City-area restaurants and businesses could get more help if the U.S. Senate passes a new relief bill. Many restaurant owners said they need the money to keep the doors open."We still have meatloaf and pot roast, which are two of our biggest sellers," said Jeremy Lane.Lane said he loves to cook.