Fans of Ninza Sushi’s creations will have to wait for the restaurant to recover from a weekend fire before they get another taste.
Fans of Ninza Sushi’s creations will have to wait for the restaurant to recover from a weekend fire before they get another taste. Courtesy photo
Fans of Ninza Sushi’s creations will have to wait for the restaurant to recover from a weekend fire before they get another taste. Courtesy photo
Dining With Denise Neil

Dining With Denise Neil

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

West Wichita restaurant closed after fire, is likely totaled, owner says

November 28, 2017 03:38 PM

UPDATED November 29, 2017 08:28 AM

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    Denise Neil travels to Winfield to check out Shindigs Bar & Grill. The restaurant opened last April and is full of unique touches and giant meals. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)