In this week's Pitch, Charles Ferruzza dines on a feast for the eyes at Coal Vines. The Dallas-based pizzeria recently appeared on the Plaza and has fast become a place to see and be seen -- and eat a little, too.
Glimpse the pretty diners and dishes in photographer Sabrina Staires' slideshow, and find out which entree is as delicious as an old family recipe in Charles' review.
In this week's Pitch, Charles Ferruzza savors a legendary cinnamon roll, real sausage gravy and a respectable Reuben sandwich at Neighborhood Cafe in Lee's Summit.
Read Charles' review, with photographs by Sabrina Staires, for homestyle cooking you can't find in most kitchens.
Fat City spoke with chef and owner of Justus Drugstore, Jonathan Justus (who yesterday was named a semifinalist in the Best Chef: Midwest category of the James Beard Awards), about his desire to save the world through sausage,
how to shop locally and ethically. Now take a gander at these pictures (just click on the photo above) taken by Pitch photographer Forester Michael.
In this week's Pitch, Charles Ferruzza gets down on some '70s throwback dishes and serious nostalgia at 77 South in Leawood.
Don't stop till you get enough of Angela C. Bond's photos, and then boogie on over to Charles' review.
In this week's Pitch, Charles Ferruzza fills up on truffle-parmesan fries and pretzel twists at Westport's new Beer Kitchen No. 1, a relaxed version of the space's former inhabitant, One80.
Sample Angela C. Bond's photographs, read Charles' review and save room for dessert.
In this week's Pitch, Charles Ferruzza samples a week's worth of fine
farmer's dining at the West Bottoms' new gas-station-gone-bistro,
Though a child of the '80s, I completely understand why brunch was all the rage in the decadent disco days of the 1970s and its present-day revival. As Charles Ferruzza points out in this week's Pitch, there's really no better way to keep the party going after last call. The afternoon meal also has curative powers: a good omelet or small stack can act as a warming salve on a bad case of the too-much-booze.
These pictures -- taken by photographer Angela C. Bond -- have me ready for the weekend, where bad decisions breed good brunches. Check out photos from Blue Grotto, M&S Grill and Boozefish and tell us your favorite spot to get brunch in the comments.
I have friends who still insist that the best pizza they ever tasted was that doughy, greasy square slab of cheese-topped garbage that they were served in their high school cafeteria. Although, thanks to years of therapy, I've effectively blocked out almost every possible memory from my high school days, I can still remember that horrible pizza. I could never have eaten anything quite so visually unappetizing.
But I did, come to think of it. Before the modern plague of tasteless frozen pizzas infested grocery freezer cases, there was Chef Boyardee's make-it-at-home boxed pizza "kit" that was sort of a less-greasy variation of the crappy product sold in high school. It looked and tasted pretty awful, too.
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articles like these are why i read the pitch. nice work natalie