Parlor - 1707 Locust

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Parlor seems to fit well into the cocktail joint hopping rotation so maybe explains those 'dressed up'. Did that when by brother last visited from Brooklyn. And a sister from STL coming this weekend, likely to do similar rotation of places.

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Club confirm?

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Methinks a Filipino Sisig tacos counter at Parlor would do well...

Pork...
https://loveandfoodforeva.com/2016/03/1 ... sig-tacos/

Chicken...
http://saltandwind.com/recipes/339-sisi ... cos-recipe

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Other ideas..

Ramen noodle bun burgers..
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CBD grilled cheese - pesto aioli infused with CBD, fresh baby spinach, homemade mozzarella cheese, avocado and tomato.
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Australian sushi donut..
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Yeah this won't fly in this town but sure would like to try. Grasshopper tacos
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New Tenant looks to be a gourmet white castle
https://www.kansascity.com/news/busines ... bTVwSbFXIk

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I'm skeptical. I have an irrational love of sliders, and I don't really think there's any need for them to be "gourmet-ified". I would take a cozy burger with American cheese for a buck every time over something with gruyere and fried onion straws or whatever at over three times the price. In most respects I consider myself a bit of a foodie, but I don't get this. Doesn't mean I won't check it out, considering there's not an actual White Castle this side of Columbia anymore (which is terribly sad, imo). But I'd vastly rather just have a Cozy Inn franchise or a White Castle.

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mean wrote:
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I'm skeptical. I have an irrational love of sliders, and I don't really think there's any need for them to be "gourmet-ified". I would take a cozy burger with American cheese for a buck every time over something with gruyere and fried onion straws or whatever at over three times the price. In most respects I consider myself a bit of a foodie, but I don't get this. Doesn't mean I won't check it out, considering there's not an actual White Castle this side of Columbia anymore (which is terribly sad, imo). But I'd vastly rather just have a Cozy Inn franchise or a White Castle.
I agree. Simple food made right is best.

Also, White Castle is crap.
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Of course it is. But I also love it.

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I went to parlor today. Seriously considered the new place but ended up with mother clucker

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i was there too! looked at the new place's menu but knew the whole time i was just going to get karbon so immediately forgot what i read.

the logo/design language of the new place strongly reminded me of what gets churned out for that food truck race thing on food network, so i guess that's nice and on brand.

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shinatoo wrote:
Fri May 31, 2019 1:05 pm
mean wrote:
Fri May 31, 2019 12:55 pm
I'm skeptical. I have an irrational love of sliders, and I don't really think there's any need for them to be "gourmet-ified". I would take a cozy burger with American cheese for a buck every time over something with gruyere and fried onion straws or whatever at over three times the price. In most respects I consider myself a bit of a foodie, but I don't get this. Doesn't mean I won't check it out, considering there's not an actual White Castle this side of Columbia anymore (which is terribly sad, imo). But I'd vastly rather just have a Cozy Inn franchise or a White Castle.
I agree. Simple food made right is best.

Also, White Castle is crap.
I just gotta say, though not related to Parlor, you should try the burger at Savoy. It is expensive but very straight forward and damn good.

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Corvino burger.

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Never ride in a car on a road trip with three college-aged men after loading up on White Castle.

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When I was actively playing music and touring around to the east, there was an awful lot of White Castle consumed. While I can agree with that, I can add: do not leave a bunch of unconsumed White Castle in the van overnight.

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KC food hall welcomes new tenant
Kansas City food hall Parlor is welcoming a new tenant: Mudbugs.

The Louisiana-inspired restaurant is slated to open later this year and replaces Yaki-Ya, which featured Japanese cuisine and closed Oct. 31.

Louisiana native Chris Jones created Mudbugs, which will feature a variety of po' boy sandwiches served on homemade buns and topped with condiments, slaws and sauces made in-house.
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https://tinyurl.com/qs2mayt

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Does it say anything about our market that two somewhat novel concepts have been replaced by hamburgers and fried shrimp?

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smh wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 1:29 pm
Does it say anything about our market that two somewhat novel concepts have been replaced by hamburgers and fried shrimp?
There is a fine balance between uniqueness and mass appeal.

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Excellent, sir. Lobsters stuffed with tacos.

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chaglang wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:42 pm
Excellent, sir. Lobsters stuffed with tacos.
As long as they're drizzled in comeback sauce, sign me up.

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