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181. Dining: New Restaurant Housed in Circa 1850 Home Dining: New Restaurant Housed in Circa 1850 Home April//1980 Photo and review of "the new Governor's Mansion restaurant at 10910 W. 60th" Street, "a well-preserved residence that was said to be the home of Andrew H. Reeder [or Andrew Reeder], the fist territorial...

182. Dish-approval Ratings Dish-approval Ratings July 27-August 2, 2006 Reviews of the Walnut Room and Drum Room, two restaurants located in the historic Hilton President Hotel (1329 Baltimore).

183. Does Size Count? Does Size Count? February/18-24/1999 Review of Corner Café in Riverside, Missouri.

184. Dolce's Restaurant Dolce's Restaurant Information about the restaurant at the former D. W. Bishop antebellum residence at 1333 Barry Road.

185. Down Home--On the Vine Down Home--On the Vine July/August 2003 Article about the Peachtree Restaurant, a "soul food" restaurant located in the historic 18th and Vine district.

186. Down-Home Delights: Savor the Rich History of Kansas City Soul Food Down-Home Delights: Savor the Rich History of Kansas City Soul Food February 22, 2002 There is a rich soul food history in Kansas City. Also called down-home cooking, such names as Ruby McIntyre, Maxine Byrd, Mattie Cornelius, etc., are well known. Article features restaurants as the Peachtree...

187. Downtown Kansas City at the Crossroads Downtown Kansas City at the Crossroads February//1997 Special section of the issue focusing on Downtown, examining its most pressing issues for survival and growth as a business district, and to a lesser extent as a residential district. Includes its prestige...

188. Downtown KC's Long Road Back Downtown KC's Long Road Back May 18, 19, & 20, 2008 Series of three articles discussing and measuring downtown's progress. The three-day series "charts Kansas City's downtown comeback, compares it to recoveries elsewhere and explores what it needs to continue...

189. Downtown Storefront: The Majestic Steakhouse Downtown Storefront: The Majestic Steakhouse December 7, 2007 Article tells the history of the Majestic Steakhouse and its building at 931 Broadway.

190. Downtown Storefront: the Studio Restaurant & Bar Downtown Storefront: the Studio Restaurant & Bar December 7, 2007 Louis Curtiss's studio at 1118 McGee Street was purchased by Tony Plescia in 2004. Plescia renovated the building and opened the Studio Restaurant & Bar there in 2007.

191. Dr. James Compton Residence Dr. James Compton Residence Nomination form for the National Register for the Dr. James Compton residence, now Stroud's Oak Ridge Manor Restaurant located by I-35 and Vivian Road in Clay County, Missouri.

192. Drive Up for Italian Delights Drive Up for Italian Delights March 2012 One-page article about John DiCapo and his plan to have drive-thru restaurants with Italian food. The first two will be one in Johnson County and one in the Northland. DiCapo, son of Carl DiCapo who operated...

193. Drum Roll Please Drum Roll Please August 1, 2006 Color photograph of the restored entry of the Drum Room of the now historic Hilton President Kansas City Hotel that reopened in June 2006.

194. Drum Roll, Please, as Dining Spot is Reborn Drum Roll, Please, as Dining Spot is Reborn May 6, 2006 After being closed for 25 years, the Drum Room in the Hotel President is due to open on May 10, 2006. The restaurant opened in 1941 and such celebrities as Frank Sinatra, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, the...

195. Drunken Fish Swims to Success Drunken Fish Swims to Success June/July 2011 Description of the decor of the newly opened restaurant, Drunken Fish, on the corner of 14th and Main streets in the Power & Light District.

196. Dunmire Dream Now More Like Nightmare Dunmire Dream Now More Like Nightmare August 30, 2009 Article tells the story of Del Dunmire, a "bank robber turned millionaire," who bought more than 80 percent of Harrisonville's historic town square with the intent of renovating the buildings and creating...

197. Durand's Chicken Dinners-Nothing Better Durand's Chicken Dinners-Nothing Better February 19, 2014 Postcard image of Durand's Restaurant in Platte Woods, Missouri (7512 N.W. Highway 71) and a short article about the development of the city. Platte Woods was incorporated in 1956 in order to avoid annexation...

198. Earl's Hamburgers Building Earl's Hamburgers Building 1989 Full side view; located on Linwood Boulevard between Warwick and Gillham.

199. East End of Lobby at Union Station East End of Lobby at Union Station Postcard of the East End of the Grand Lobby at Union Station

200. East Fifteenth Street East Fifteenth Street ca.1918 View of storefronts along the 600 block of East 15th Street near the corner of 15th and Holmes. Two of the businesses include the Sunrise Cafe and Harry Hayes Bar.