Weird Restaurant Stories 11/6
November 6, 2010
A Little Humor
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This week I ran across an article of particular relevance to this series. Most of the regular readers know that each week I give an award to the restaurant hero of the week named after Chef Jonathan Justus. I guess the bad review he received on yelp did not hurt him too much. His restaurant was recently named the best restaurant in Kansas City by the new Zagat survey. Congratulations to Justus Drugstore. What makes it noteworthy in this series is that the byline on the story is the namesake of the restaurant jerk award, Charles Ferruzza. Worlds are colliding. With that lets turn to the real news stories of the week.
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