Jeff Eiberger 
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Re: “Parkville's Rusty Horse Tavern is slow out of the gate

Not to debate, but I go in there about every 3 weeks. It's never been a 'ghost town.' I guess it depends when one goes. And...incidently, I tend to go mid-week to avoid Fri/Sat crowds. Just sayin.

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Posted by Jeff Eiberger on 12/20/2012 at 5:36 PM

Re: “Parkville's Rusty Horse Tavern is slow out of the gate

No mention at all of their excellent selection of craft beers that rotates faster than the merry-go-round at the local carnival? And no mention that Brian encourages his patrons to taste them all, vs. the stingy approach to craft beer tasting found at the other venues in Kansas City? These points deserve note, IMHO.

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Posted by Jeff Eiberger on 12/19/2012 at 8:10 AM

Re: “Parkville's Rusty Horse Tavern is now open and serving burgers and beer

I'm not defending Nick & Jakes, but I am struggling with your '...in an otherwise interesting landscape of upscale restaurants.' Are you talking about Parkville? Upscale?

Cafe Des Amis, yes. Piropos Grill, kinda. But that's a pretty sad 'landscape' if you ask me. And if you mean Sonic, River's Bend (yick), Pizza Hut, Tommy T's (or whatever it is this year), Cafe Italia (or whatever it is this month), Subway, etc... then I'm seriously unsure how to define upscale.

To each their own.

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Posted by Jeff Eiberger on 05/17/2012 at 5:09 PM

Re: “Think KC is ready to be a beer bar kind of town?

Tend to agree that 'KC isn't there yet', frankly. Blvd is a well run business, mind you, with good brews. And their premium products show great promise.

But we're way behind the curve vs. other markets and part of that is a lack of 'beer knowledge.' Too much Bud Light goes on here in the middle of the country, folks. I spend most of my time traveling and we run a few years behind the coasts.

It'll come.

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Posted by Jeff Eiberger on 11/02/2011 at 11:18 PM

Re: “Tom Hoenig just not that into MU, on way to FDIC instead

I'm not going to let Hoenig off the hook, but I tend to disagree with the Pitch saying things like 'one of the guys who missed the road signs.'

He was one of the ONLY voices of reason within the upper ranks of the Federal Reserve. He was commonly known as being the most conservative and the least likely to move rates and offer breaks so quickly. In retrospect, his position is more in line with the average American than DC or Wallstreet.

The other 'poster' here, makes a great point too. Wouldn't it have been nice if our news organizations had seen the 'road signs.' Hmmmmmm...?

Posted by Jeff Eiberger on 10/24/2011 at 7:39 AM

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