One of those, Chappell's Sports Bar & Museum (323 Armour), has a pretty unique angle going. As its name suggests, it serves food and beverages, but also functions as a sort of museum of sports memorabilia. Even if you're not that into sports, the historical artifacts are pretty remarkable. If you're not into sports or old things, I don't know what to say to you. Possibly you do not have a soul.
But what's going on in the restrooms? Follow me, my friends.
BY OWEN MORRIS
Whoever coined the term "pissing away money" would have felt right at home in the bathroom of Teller's, the upscale Lawrence restaurant. Long before it was Teller's, the building was known as the The First National Bank of Lawrence and like most banks of the era, it had a sizable vault.
Nearly forty years ago the bank moved two blocks to Ninth and Massachusetts, leaving the building and vault empty. The building was occupied by various organizations until the Overland Pizza Company turned into the Italian restaurant now known as Teller's in 1992. The bank vault became the bathroom.
By OWEN MORRIS
Most restaurant employees would look at a person funny if he came in and asked to take photos of the restroom. Not at Christopher Elbow. The workers at the gourmet chocolatier just give a knowing nod. “Some people just go straight to the restroom to show their friends," Rachel Plant tells me. "When Chris has people he knows come in, he’ll take them their first.”
Chris would be the eponymous owner. The former pastry chef at The American Restaurant designed his restroom with the same artistic flair that adorns his chocolates. He event went so far as to
steal borrow the sink.
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James - people like you are the reason others scoff at "soccer".
Two kids....very sad.