Last month, three entrepreneurs -- Tony Olsen, Bob Baker and Ben Wine -- reopened the former Neighbor's Cafe (which closed in January) in Lee's Summit as the Neighborhood Cafe. The new menu is almost identical to the one offered at Neighbor's Cafe, including the complimentary cinnamon roll served during breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The restaurant at 104 S.E. Third Street in downtown Lee's Summit has had nearly a dozen names over the last 60 years, including the Kozy Korner Cafe and Ford's Family Restaurant.
After the jump, try to guess which names were not attached to this dining venue since it became a restaurant in 1951.
The first restaurant at this address was opened in 1951 as Brown's Steakhouse. Six years later, the place was sold to new owners, who renamed it the Kozy Korner Cafe. Eleven years later, the place was sold again and renamed the Chuck Wagon.
Which of the following names were not used for a restaurant at 104 S.E. Third Street?
1. Linda's Restaurant & Steakhouse
2. Teddy Sue's House of Tuna Casserole
3. Thompson's Restaurant
4. Susie's Smorgasbord
5. Ida's Place
6. Sue's Kitchen
7. Pie in the Sky Cafe
8. Bette's Buffet
9. All in the Family Restaurant & Bakery
10. Summit Snack Shop