Wichita: Keep your eyes peeled for a Chef Gordon Ramsay sighting. He may be in town or headed to town.
Wichita: Keep your eyes peeled for a Chef Gordon Ramsay sighting. He may be in town or headed to town. File photo AP
Wichita: Keep your eyes peeled for a Chef Gordon Ramsay sighting. He may be in town or headed to town. File photo AP
Dining With Denise Neil

Dining With Denise Neil

Denise Neil has the latest Wichita restaurant news, with comings & goings, recent reviews and more.

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