After reviewing 77 South, thoughts on dining and dancing in Kansas City
|In the 1950s, Cafe Picardy was the place for dining and dancing.|
We don’t get a lot of requests here in Fat City for restaurants that still offer a place to dance, but it’s a question that definitely pops up from time to time. And in spite of having no sense of rhythm, we try to provide answers to the best of our ability.
This week’s review is of a new Leawood restaurant, 77 South, which is boldly trying to revive the concept of eating and shaking one’s groove thing in the same venue. It brought back memories for a lot of Fat City readers; I received several e-mails from people who ate — and danced — at the most famous disco-dining nightspot in Kansas City history: Victor Fontana’s Fanny’s.