He Never Missed a Meal:

Over the course of a decade and 4 phases of remodeling and expansion designed by RDM Architecture, owner Phil Bourne never closed down Waldo Pizza for even one meal.

The earth friendly interior finishes evoke the color of the ingredients that are essential for a pizza, the wainscot wall panels are made of wheat board representing the pizza crust, the faux finish on the walls portrays the cheese, and the burgundy ceiling mimics the sauce.  The black olive colored triangular detailing on the wall panels alludes to the shape of a pizza slice.  The custom designed three tiered perforated metal light fixtures are the actual pans used for baking the small, medium and large pizzas.  The sustainable flooring surfaces are comprised of Shaw’s recycled content carpet squares, Forbo’s marmoleum sheet linoleum made from flax seed, and a sheet material made from recycled tires.

The most recently completed phase is named The Tap Room in honor of Milton’s Tap Room on Main Street from Kansas City’s past.  The new Tap Room features a series of retro lamp shade light fixtures that help define the seating area, and original wall murals painted by local artist Robert McWilliams.

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