Why Can't the West Bottoms Be Redeveloped....?

Issues concerning Downtown as described by the Downtown Council. River to 31st Street, I-35 to Bruce R. Watkins.
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Re: Why Can't the West Bottoms Be Redeveloped....?

Post by FangKC » Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:14 am

Golden Ox Glows Again in West Bottoms

https://cityscenekc.com/golden-ox-glows ... t-bottoms/

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Re: Why Can't the West Bottoms Be Redeveloped....?

Post by brewcrew1000 » Mon Jun 18, 2018 1:25 pm

DaveKCMO wrote:It was packed on Friday night, although the new incarnation is smaller. Steaks were amazing. Reservations are on Tock: https://www.exploretock.com/goldenox?ut ... search_nav
It seems like more restaurants are moving to Tock, i think its lower cost but I really love open table and its reward program. I've probably gotten $300 bucks in open table gift cards with the points program they offer.

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Re: Why Can't the West Bottoms Be Redeveloped....?

Post by bobbyhawks » Tue Jul 03, 2018 11:53 am

I forgot to add that I had a very terrific steak at the new Golden Ox on their official opening night. That said, I've not been to many other places in contention for best steak in KC (other than my own home). Steak is generally not something I set out to order, but I would definitely go back to the Golden Ox for another one. From what I can tell (since steak restaurants can be expensive), the prices are very reasonable for this type of a restaurant.

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Re: Why Can't the West Bottoms Be Redeveloped....?

Post by FangKC » Wed Jul 18, 2018 1:10 am

Learn to Throw an Axe in Kansas City

Taking the outdoors to the West Bottoms, two entrepreneurs have brought urban axe throwing to Kansas City. Blade & Timber founders Matt Baysinger and Ryan Henrich got their start in the escape room business with Breakout KC. With their newest venture, the duo hopes to provide another opportunity for people, ages 10 and up, to socialize through a unique activity.

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Patrons can bring in their own food and drink. Close-toe shoes are required for axe throwing, and Blade & Timber encourages everyone to flaunt their best flannel to get in the spirit of the sport. For more information, visit:

http://www.BladeAndTimber.com

https://www.missourilife.com/learn-to-t ... nsas-city/

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