How Much Should We Hate Kansas City Restaurant Week?!?

Sure, the fare isn't as accessible as cheesecake marketing of Kate Upton pretending to eat fast food whilst moaning in near orgasmic bliss.

However we notice a local winter foodie promo tradition working toward "inclusion" of the beleaguered working-class . . .

When Restaurant Week first started out it was an elitist affair aimed at garnering the interest of the fickle cowtown middle-class . . . Now, in the aftermath of a pandemic era cultural shift, we notice their pitch is a bit more egalitarian and that's a good thing: 

"Kansas City Restaurant Week (KCRW) is for the people. The 10-day dining event provides a perfect opportunity to savor exclusive menus from hot new restaurants you’ve been meaning to try (and return to a few familiar favorites). At affordable price tiers, you’ll find plenty of reasons to indulge."

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How It Works | KC Restaurant Week

Celebrate Kansas City's premier dining event at hundreds of restaurants throughout the metro. Show your support for KC's restaurant industry and savor some of the finest plates the city has to offer, thanks to special multicourse menus available throughout the week. Plus, a portion of all proceeds benefit local charities.