Putsch's 210 was touted as one of the finest restaurants in the area and was located on the glamorous Country Club Plaza in a space that now houses the eatery of former Kansas City Royal George Brett. The former was known for its New Orleans theme, and in 1953, you could get a full-course dinner for a whopping $1.85!
I don't remember this restaurant, but I do recall a Putsch's Cafeteria on the lower level of the now-demolished-for-a-Walmart Blue Ridge Mall, one of the very first enclosed shopping centers in the country. Opened in the mid 1970s as part of the mall's renovation, this Putsch's featured a rotating merry-go-round outfitted with tables where you could dine upon burgers and fries -- that is if you didn't suffer from motions sickness.
Always Frugal, Always Fabulous,
The Elegant Thrifter