Anatomy of a Restaurant Murder: Chef Sautees Soon to Go Vinino

The spin machine keeps on spinning…

Word that the Power & Light District‘s first official full-blown restaurant failure Vinino
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4 Responses to Anatomy of a Restaurant Murder: Chef Sautees Soon to Go Vinino

  1. Anonymous says:

    Vince Throxton
    I thought the place was fine and a okay value for the dollar. How about a local BBQ joint down there? Famous Dave’s is dreadful!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think ya mean “dirt nap” not “dirt bath,” but your point was taken.

    I’ve not set foot in P&L, nor will I.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Dr. Salciccia
    I worked at Vinino for a very long time. It is very sad to see how hard so many people worked to make that place succesful and how the concept was murdered from the get go by the “SUITS” who never really embraced what was working at Vinino! The place is fantastic and We’ve had many talented people come and go thru that place. The “SUITS” wanted to run a restaurant like they run a nightclub and wanted nightclub profits as well. I witnessed great thinks being pulled from the menu when they worked….djs being fired for making the place “too cool”. I think the “SUITS” should own their mistakes and failures and name it “McFaddens Pizza”!!!
    Vinino will always be a great memory!!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    jim crandall
    I worked at Vinino from opening until I left KC, and I agree with the commenter above. It was like Cordish ran it as a “no-fun zone.” The rules they wanted me to follow as a dj were just awesome; “Don’t play anything anybody knows, no current radio songs, lot’s of 80’s b-sides, no house, etc., etc..” Regardless, I met a lot of great people working there, and it’s sad to see many of them now looking for work because the powers that be at Cordish couldn’t get their s**t together. Just saying.

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