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i don't punch above boulevard wheat at any place that doesn't publish prices. a $9 tank 7, whether 16oz or a ~12oz tulip, is unreasonable to me, imho. i'd be pissed if i saw that line on a receipt. the belfry down the street is probably spoiling me. great beer selection, excellent price transparency, fresh kegs, good line maintenance. another reason not to bother drinking anything above wheat at a johnnys et al.watcher64110 wrote: ↑Fri Sep 06, 2019 11:59 pmWe went to Streetcar Grille after a show and at first I was glad they were still serving food (sometimes tricky later) which seemed decent and reasonably priced, but my Tank 7 served in the typical small tulip glass was a nasty surprise at $9. (Draft beer prices were not listed...I mean it's a basic sports bar, not a high end cocktail lounge...or an airport, lol) Am I a grumpy out of touch old man now, or is that outrageously expensive? It left me more than a little grouchy which is a shame. I'm not usually that price sensitive either. As a nearby worker who was hoping to recommend it to colleagues, it was disappointing. I told them so point blank, which I never do. Next time I'll just head home and drink on my deck...my mood will be better at the end of the night.
Funny. I went to Streetcar a couple weeks ago and echo everything that’s been said about ambiance, food and beer price. I believe I got a Torn Label (I know it was a nearby/local taphouse beer), decided to go for the “large“ 23oz and had some sticker shock at the $10 price tag. I don’t know what the 16oz costs but I have the same hesitation to go back when there are so many other choices so nearby. It lines up with them potentially playing to the hotel crowd in my mind
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Tank 7 is $5.50 for an 8oz at Chicken and Pickle. Space camper is $5.00 for a 16. Last time they had Bo Lou for $3 tallboys. Solid deal and it's a fun bar if have not yet been. No Pickleball required.
Phew, good beer advice and glad to hear I'm not crazy about prices. I do worry about overpriced blandness accompanying the "hotel market business." I don't mind a some convenient utilitarian places nearby, but not at a "tourist premium." I just wish more affordable options were genuinely walkable to the KCPA without re-parking (you'd think...) and were open/serving at a least a little food past 10pm. But apparently that has always been hard to do in KC. Oh well.
https://www.kansascity.com/news/busines ... 86132.html and Huddle House buying Perkins.