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1. A Legend in the Dining Industry A Legend in the Dining Industry April 24, 2007 The Gilbert/Robinson restaurant company hasn't existed since the mid-1990s, but a reunion of employees is to be held April 28, 2007, in Overland Park. The restaurants associated with Gilbert/Robinson in...

2. Dining: G/R Scores Another Hit with Bristol Bar & Grill Dining: G/R Scores Another Hit with Bristol Bar & Grill May//1980 Article with photo about the new restaurant at 4740 Jefferson Street on the Plaza, with an exotic seafood menu and fancy interior decoration.

3. Eclectic Collectibles Eclectic Collectibles February//1980 Photos and article about the home of Paul Robinson, "executive vice-president of Gilbert/Robinson restaurants," and his wife Edna Robinson at 5044 Summit Street. House listed "on the inventories of the...

4. Fish Tales Fish Tales July 13-19, 2006 Brief article describing the Top of the Tower, an "international restaurant-a-rama" located on the top two floors of the Commerce Bank Tower at 9th and Main Street during the late 1960's. The author writes...

5. Good Management Key to G-R's Rapid Growth Good Management Key to G-R's Rapid Growth April 1979 Article describing the restaurants of the Gilbert/Robinson restaurant management company, including uniquely designed "Houlihan's Old Place, Annie's Santa Fe and Sam Wilson's Meat Market."

6. Home Cooking Home Cooking August 2014 Article traces the history of the restaurant industry in the Kansas City and its transition from a cow town to "Midwestern mecca for fine dining." Fred Harvey is credited with providing the first high...