Three restaurant updates
Dining With Denise is on Facebook
If you sometimes forget to check the Dining With Denise blog ( blogs.kansas.com/dining), there’s now a more convenient way to keep up with the latest dining news in Wichita. This week, a Dining With Denise Facebook page was created. Go to Facebook.com/diningwithdenise and “like” the page to get its content to show up in your feed. It’ll include links to the blog plus lots of bonus information, question of the week and more.
Learn to cook like Tanya
Those who want to learn to cook like Tanya Tandoc, owner of Tanya’s Soup Kitchen at 1725 E. Douglas, will have many opportunities through the fall. The chef is putting on a series of demonstration-style evening cooking classes that include dinner, recipes and one glass of wine. The classes are $45 a person and start at 6:30 p.m. on Monday nights at the restaurant. Doors open at 6 p.m. The first class was on Monday night, and students learned how to prepare fall soups and stews, including a chipotle cheese soup. Monday’s class will cover Northern Italian cuisine, and Tandoc also will offer classes on Nov. 4, Nov. 11, Nov. 25 and Dec. 2. For a complete list, visit the Tanya’s Soup Kitchen Facebook page. Those who want to make reservations should not call the restaurant but should call 316-631-5973.
Spooky Food Trucks gather Sunday
The local food truckers are continuing their tradition of gathering in one place on the final Sunday of the month. The October gathering has a Halloween theme and is called Spooky Food Trucks at the Fountains. It’s scheduled for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the fountains at WaterWalk. The truckers have invited a live band to perform, and kids are invited to attend in costume and collect free candy at the trucks. On the roster: The Flying Stove, Let’m Eat Brats, B.S. Sandwich Press, Cake Face and the new pizza truck The Rolling Dough. The WaterWalk is at 515 S. Main.