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Ray, Mrs Sam (Mildred...
Floyd E Sageser
Partial frontal and side view; located at 1215 Baltimore
Bristol is Coming Back to KC
January 6, 2006
Article reporting plans by Houlihan's Restaurants Inc. to open a new, 8,000 square foot Bristol Restaurant in the Power and Light District near the H & R Block headquarters building. The restaurant, once...
Full frontal view; located at 4740 Jefferson on the Country Club Plaza.
Ed and Mary Flavin, Irish immigrant proprietors of community-oriented deliDeli at 33rd and Pennsylvania Streets since 1887. Family owned through the stock market crash, war, technological age, and four...
Building an Empire
Profile of sculptor, restaurateur, and "TV personality," Stretch. He was one of the first artists to invest and establish himself in the Crossroads Arts District.
Bunker Building Restoration Goes On
Article about the renovation of the Bunker Building into a restaurant to be called "W. A. Bunker's."
Full frontal and side view; located at 6126 Independence Avenue.
By Any Name the King
Review of some of the finest steakhouses in the city, such as the Hereford House and Golden Ox, with a brief history of steak and the meat packing industry in Kansas City.
May 10-16, 2007
Brief article reporting that the Berliner Bear Restaurant located at 7815 Wornall is for sale after 40 years of operation in the Waldo area. The German restaurant was established by Joel and Nettie Womack...
California Taqueria Restaurant
Exterior view of the California Taqueria Restaurant located at 700 Southwest Boulevard or at Southwest Boulevard and Jefferson.
Calvin Trillin Battles Back
Caustic article about former Kansas City journalist Trillin and the accuracy of his memories about Kansas City restaurants.
Calvin Trillin: A Steak through the Heart
Illustration and essay about the agricultural, cattle and steak image abandoned by Kansas City public relations and boosters and taken up by other cities in the form of the name "New York strip" for the...
Can He Stand the Heat?
January 12, 2006
Letter to the editor written by Mike Donegan, owner of Stroud's Restaurant, responding to an assertion by Kansas City Star columnist Mike Hendricks that his own fried chicken suprasses that of Stroud's...
Can Small Business Survive the Big Hype?
Several small urban businesses are featured in this article including the Blue Gallery and Black Bamboo in the Crossroads Arts District, Cupini's restaurant at the corner of 12th and Walnut (with photo),...
Full frontal view; located at 900 Southwest Boulevard. Also shows other storefronts in the block.
Capote, Over Easy
February 9-15, 2006
Article noting the staying power of Nichols Lunch, an all-night diner located at 3906 Waddell (near 39th and Southwest Trafficway). The author notes that the restaurant turns 84 years old in 2006, having...
Carolyn M. Bondon Berbiglia
June 5, 2006
Obituary for Carolyn Berbiglia who died June 3, 2006, in Kansas City, Missouri. She was born October 27, 1921 and raised in the Northeast area of Kansas City. She "was most recognized as the long-time...
Cascone's Grill Makes Its Move Across Street to River Market
September 26, 2003
After 32 years at 20 E. Fifth St., Cascone's Grill moved across the road to 17 E. Fifth St. La Malinche has moved into the former Cascone spot.
Catch Lightning In a Bottle
July 13, 2006
Review of Winslow's restaurant in the City Market located at 20 E. Fifth Street. The restaurant started serving barbecue in 1971 and has been Winslow-owned since 1982. Don Winslow bought the place and...
Catchin' Dough: Lambert's Café Has Been on a Roll since 1941
Review and history of Lambert's Café in Sikeston, Missouri, established in 1932 and reopened in 1988 in a new building "to hundreds of local customers and nationwide acclaim," known for its "throwed rolls."...
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