Don’t take this the wrong way, but…
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!
Lose the parkas, forget the Uggs – wear something sexy people. Because this place is H-O-T.
Snow and Co. has arrived in the Crossroads, courtesy of the four UMKC students who got their MBA’s together and decided to dodge the office cubicle bullet and go for their dream instead.
Snow – meaning delicious frozen cocktails and Co. – somehow meaning all local ingredients.
I think they should call the place Blonde (or maybe Blind) because after two of these concoctions I committed a major Mermaid faux pas. I brought my Nikon D7000 to get some professional pics of the place but I was so tipsy I couldn’t figure out why my screen was black.
Did I trip some secret off switch I didn’t know about? Nope, the old lens cap on the camera trick!
My god, how many people just saw me try to take pictures like that? I was mortified.
Anyway the place was hopping, lines out the door and everyone pretty distracted so I got away with it. Until now.
With swanky couches, beautiful art, and drinks with names like Cucumber and Cream, Rockefeller Manhattan, and Christopher Elbow’s Signature Sexual Chocolate – my fave and yes it’s that good- how can Snow go wrong?
Who cares if it’s fall and winter’s coming? Take a date to Snow for a couple of these potent concoctions and things will heat up plenty fast.
Andy Talbert, Jerry Nivens, Kyle Morris, and Lauren Cloud are the forces to be reckoned with that thought all this up. And now after months of headaches from the city (take a number) they’re are seeing their freezing cold dreams come true.
They also have some tasty appetizers and sandwiches for the late night Kauffman Center crowd. And since the kitchen never closesm, a late night bite is always an option.
They’re located in the Crossroads at 1815 Wyandotte Street and the hours are incredible. Monday-Friday 4pm-1am Saturday 11am-1am and Sunday 11am-12am.
See you there…