Thursday, November 22, 2012

Everything's Still Up To Date In Kansas City

Kaufman Center Kansas City 2012-11-21 1

We spent last night in Kansas City, Missouri, on the way to Carolyn's mother's home in Marysville, Kansas. Superb dinner at the Webster House restaurant, which we found on Zagat. It's in a schoolhouse built in 1885 and is full of old fashioned charm. There's a brilliant hand at work in the kitchen and some strange, lonely putti around the outside.

The restaurant is adjacent to the Kauffman Center For The Performing Arts, which was seen on these pages just last month. It may be even more spectacular at night than during the day. There were no performances and the surrounding streets were dead empty.

Happy Thanksgiving to all our American friends. On to Marysville today.

Kaufman Center Kansas City 2012-11-21 2

Webster House Restaurant Kansas City


Joe said...

What an intriguing looking structure.

Ann said...

Happy Thanksgiving and safe travels!

Birdman said...

Looked fast and thought it was a dish dryer... dishes slotted in the dryer.

William Kendall said...

It's a stunning looking building!

Have a great Thanksgiving!

Jack said...

This is such a great building. I would live to see it.

We used to have a CDP blogger in KC, but she stopped blogging precipitously a few months ago. I hope she is OK.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

This really is an amazing structure Bob, nicely captured here.