|Where was this place?|
Well so do I, although sometimes the prices make me cry. The menu pictured here, from an Overland Park burger joint that was popular in the mid-1980s, lists a pork tenderloin dinner with salad, green beans or corn, mashed potatoes and gravy and bread and butter for $3.95. This restaurant had two locations (the other was in Raytown) and the Johnson County site reportedly has a not-too-distant date with the wrecking ball.
Who can remember the name of this long-gone restaurant? The first commenter to guess correctly will be named "Fat City Historian of the Week." That's all you'll get, I'm afraid, since our gift certificate for a free plate of corn bread and beans became worthless when this restaurant went out of business.