Transition from downtown living to brookside/Waldo living

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WinchesterMysteryHouse
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Re: Transition from downtown living to brookside/Waldo livin

Postby WinchesterMysteryHouse » Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:52 am

I've admired that building for years and glad I don't live near that 'hood anymore. You gentleman scholars should start a speakeasy there for sure.

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Re: Transition from downtown living to brookside/Waldo livin

Postby chrizow » Thu Nov 21, 2013 12:11 pm

WinchesterMysteryHouse wrote:glad I don't live near that 'hood anymore.


why?

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Re: Transition from downtown living to brookside/Waldo livin

Postby warwickland » Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:58 pm

GiveThisManABeer wrote:Agreed with Volker Dad. This would make perfect candidate for a chill neighborhood bar. Someone with some loot and a love for drinks should get on this: http://www.kansascityhomes.com/Kansas-C ... 36263.aspx


yep i remember this building, think i made a post on it years ago. wonder what the stumbling blocks would be to getting a liqour license for a new true blue corner bar on a residential street in kcmo.

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Re: Transition from downtown living to brookside/Waldo livin

Postby Demosthenes » Thu Dec 12, 2013 11:31 pm

This is a terrific idea. Rag headquarter/ Kansas City History Den & Nerdery/ Craft beer bar. I envision old Sanborns and framed photos from the Missouri Valley Special Collections all over the walls. This place would be a haven for all things extremely local. Some real movin and shakin goin down in this joint!

And I kind of think the location being IN the neighborhood is perfect for such a place.


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