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Rookie Chiefs conducts business at a Kansas City area restaurant

 

As the Kansas City Chiefs prepare to face the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC championship, a local business is preparing for a big run. That drive in business is everything for a popular Chiefs rookie. “He just came in one day with his mom and dad,” waitress Teresa Smith told KMBC. Smith works at Pegah’s in Kansas and is a longtime Chiefs fan. her menu in front of number 10 “She was so nice, a great person,” Smith said. And thus began a friendship between Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco and the staff at Pegah’s. This was several months ago. Since then, Pacheco has made the restaurant a regular stop, even bringing other Chiefs players up last Saturday before the team’s playoff game with the Jaguars. His frequent stops at the Shawnee cafe get people talking, and the owner also says business for him is up more than 20% from the Chiefs fans who followed the rookie to the Johnson Drive location. “We are very happy with this. Our employees are happy,” said owner Moe Sharifi. Stand Up The restaurant says Pacheco has been coming there for a while, and they say not only can the Chiefs powerhouse tailback plow through linebackers, but he can also plow through a decent amount of French toast. “Topped with sausage and scrambled eggs with cheese,” said Sharifi. Smith says the regular feels like family to the restaurant staff. “At first, definitely, but not that much anymore, so it’s just great,” Smith said.

As the Kansas City Chiefs prepare to face the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC championship, a local business is preparing for a big run.

That drive in business is everything for a popular Chiefs rookie.

“He just came in one day with his mom and dad,” Teresa Smith told KMBC Server.

Smith works at Pegah’s in Kansas and is a longtime Chiefs fan.

So you can imagine how surprised she was to drop a menu in front of number 10

“He was so kind, a great person,” Smith said.

And so began a friendship between Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco and the staff at Pegah’s.

“And I was just tickled by the pink, and it’s just a sweetheart,” Smith said.

This was several months ago. Since then, Pacheco has made the restaurant a regular stop, even bringing other Chiefs players up last Saturday before the team’s playoff game with the Jaguars.

His frequent stops at the Shawnee cafe get people talking, and the owner also says his business has increased more than 20% over the Chiefs fans who followed the rookie to the Johnson Drive location.

“We are very happy with this. Our employees are happy,” said owner Moe Sharifi. Stand up

The restaurant says Pacheco has been coming there for a while, and they say not only can the Chiefs’ mighty tailback plow through linebackers, but he can also plow through a decent amount of French toast.

“Topped with sausage and scrambled eggs with cheese,” said Sharifi.

Smith says the regular customer feels like family to the restaurant staff.

“I was lightheaded at first, definitely, but not so much anymore, so it’s just great,” Smith said.

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