I felt a rage begin to grow inside me. Thoughts of a clearly distinct action charged through my mind. ‘Go back to that restaurant and demand we get what we ordered or a full refund.’ However, as I stared at the pig slop mess of vegetables and a small handful of shrimp I suppressed that urge. I began to pepper my husband with questions. “Did you check the order before you left?” “No”, he said. “What happened when you went back the first time? How much did you pay for it? Where’s the rest of the food? ” “It spilled in the bag”, he replied.Read More →

If I was the partying type I could imagine grabbing something to eat at Margarita’s after a hard night of clubbing. But I’m not so I felt somewhat out of place. Plus it closes at 10 pm. Plenty of character could be seen as soon as I walked through the doors. There is vibrantly painted artwork hanging throughout the restaurant and a lesson in history courtesy of a display of remnants from the flood of 1951. Margarita’s 2829 Southwest Blvd Kansas City, MO Monday-Friday 10 am to 10 pm Saturday 9:30 am to 10 pm Frozen Margarita…….$6.75 Seafood Enchilada…….$6.69 Taco, A La Carte…….$2.89 Gringo Tacos…….$10.39 FriedRead More →

“Deco Catering KC began in early 2009 out of a passion for food and entertaining. The Deco Street Eats food truck serves lunches across the city and at special events. Locally sourced and seasonal ingredients mean menus change daily but usually include fresh sandwiches, salads, soups, and hot specials.” – info from www.decocatering.com The March 2014 First Friday menu was inspired by Lyric Opera’s preview of La Boheme. Thin slices of ham, melted Gouda, and Mornay sauce sandwiched between sliced bread made up the components to the Une Demi Croque Monsieur Panini. The way the panini was constructed reminded me of a pizza. I loveRead More →

In the past I had always been a fan of dinner at D’Bronx pizza. However, after my last meal, I can no longer sing their praises. Other pizzeria’s around town are giving them some serious competition. Places like Santora’s and Spin. With that in mind here is my account of the last time. The cheese pizza we ate on this particular occasion did nothing to plead the case of why I should remain loyal to D’Bronx. Two slices and a large soda cost $7.65 (tax not included). The taste of it was watery. Not just the sauce but also the cheese and crust. I can’tRead More →