Head for The Hills: The Originals vs. the originals – KC’s Finest Divided on Local Restaurant Group

The fall issue of The Hills quarterly magazine is out and available at upscale distribution points near you. The Hills is targeted to covering news and views of interest to the denizens of Mission Hills and Sunset Hill. Catch it and check out my profile of Churchill owner

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9 Responses to Head for The Hills: The Originals vs. the originals – KC’s Finest Divided on Local Restaurant Group

  1. Anonymous says:

    Fuck discounting. Let the cheap asses go to Applebee’s. This is so low brow. Nothing more disgusting than rich cocksuckers pinching pennies. A great meal at a great restaurant should be like going to the theater. A little stimulation for your mind, body and soul. And while money can buy a lot of things it can’t by good taste or class. If you can’t appreciate the subtleties and nuances at some of these places, and be willing to pay up, go to Chubby’s for some meat loaf you tired old boring moneyed fucks. Carpe Diem with the cashomundo your folks left you.

    Better idea would be for the group to adopt a different charity each month and donate 5% of the tab. I know I’d feel less guilt if I knew 5 points of my $400.00 bill was going to The Good Samaritan Project. I guess the other option is not to eat out and give them the money. Wow, now I’ve created an ethical problem for myself.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Word, smartman.


  3. Anonymous says:

    This is hilarious. Most of these people don’t think twice about dropping twenty grand on a bathroom remodel or 80 grand for a new Benz but they piss and moan about a free meal or discount. Everybody wants some value. Margins in the restaurant biz aren’t what they used to be and booze still makes up the majority of the profit. The best advertising for a restaurant is still word of mouth. Running an ad in The Independent is like pissing down your leg. It may feel good at first but it just creates a mess. My experience with high end restaurant owners and chefs has been that they prefer to serve customers that really appreciate the whole dining experience, atmosphere, service, knowledgable wait staff that can make recommendations and answer questions, wine selection, menu diversity and a kick ass desert.
    Most of these people just use where they dine and how much they spend as some sense of self worth, kinda like where they live and what they drive. Being “rich” has nothing to do with money. It’s a combination of many things, your health, level of happiness, good friends, great husband or wife that’s not banging the secretary or pool boy, good kids and yeah, cash in the bank doesn’t hurt. The most miserable people I know seem to have the highest “net worth”. Like Notorious BIG said…mo money…mo problems.

  4. Anonymous says:

    eat town topic or dagwoods

  5. Anonymous says:

    Jack Harry
    When I think of food I get horny….now I’m horny.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Money quote from bluestem: “If you do a good job and you

  7. Anonymous says:

    Atta boy Jack…..
    I know too many good restaurants who did all the things described and still ended up in the cutter. It’s a funny business.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    “Do I wear the Halston or the Dior? Should we take the Bentley or the Rolls? Which looks better, the diamonds or the rubies? “I don’t care, Dear, but you need to hurry or we’ll miss the Early Bird Special.”

  9. Anonymous says:

    I may be bit stuckup …I will never use a coupon but I don’t turn away points for flying?! There’s a big difference in splitting the filet with two glasses of ice water and extra bread (a la coupon) …and getting a comp’ed glass of wine for flying with Michael Smith’s every weekend. wake up, people

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