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Green Dirt Farm recently celebrated its grand opening in Kansas City’s Crossroads district. This was a significant milestone for the restaurant, especially after the stadiums sale tax was voted down by Kansas City and Jackson County voters. The staff at Green Dirt on Oak described the new spot as a gathering place offering locally-sourced foods, including the cheeses the brand is known for, which are made in house.

Executive Chef Oskar Arévalo shared that part of the concept behind the new location was to be able to expand their cheese making. The restaurant prides itself on being farm-to-table, providing fresh and quality ingredients for their dishes. However, there was a sense of apprehension about the possibility of the new location being demolished due to external factors.

Despite these uncertainties, Green Dirt Farm decided to move forward with its plans and open for business as scheduled. Arévalo expressed his fear of putting in time, effort, and commitment only to see everything dissolve in the future. The opening of the new location was a strange juxtaposition, occurring just hours after thousands of voters had voted on the fate of the area.

Arévalo acknowledged that moving forward with the new location wasn’t an easy decision but it was necessary to fully commit to Green Dirt Farm’s vision. Now that the restaurant is finally open and operating in its new location, all prep work and worries about potential demolition are behind them. Green Dirt Farm is now creating its own footprint in

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