Because sweating whilst eating amid the smell of sewers is a local tradition . . .
Here's the legislative peek behind the madness.
Kansas City officials made it easier for those businesses to set up outdoor dining on the sidewalk or street. The city waived certain fees and loosened some of the rules for permits for outdoor dining setups. The result: 81 permits for sidewalk and street cafes were approved, giving diners a safer option and businesses a way to stay afloat.
Now, the Kansas City Council has unanimously approved an ordinance allowing more businesses to take advantage of al fresco dining.
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At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many restaurants in Kansas City were faced with capacity restrictions that limited how many patrons they could serve indoors. For smaller businesses in particular, the restrictions also limited their sales at a time when more people were avoiding indoor dining.
Drink: The Red Sangria from Tribe Street Kitchen. // Photo by Liz Goodwin. When it comes to dining and imbibing al fresco, Kansas Citians go hard. Sunnier days with warmer temperatures stir up an urge in us all, causing us to rally the troops to spend some money on day drinking and plenty of snacks-all while soaking in some vitamin...
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