Q: Whatever happened to them building a Taco Shop at 21st and Maize? Is that still in the works, because they need to stop dragging their feet!
A: I'm told by Taco Shop experts that the plan is still to build a Taco Shop at the intersection but that they're still fine-tuning the deal with the developer. Translation: It'll be a while.
Question of the week
And a few answers to last week’s question: Wichita restaurants are known for their huge portions. Do you consider this a blessing or a curse? Do you choose a restaurant based on portion sizes?
“I get this same guy at Red Robin. I ride my bike and bring it onto the patio. But he's going to move on. They all do at the chains.” — Sojourner
“The gals at the old Angelos were the best! Hated it when Tiny retired.” — bucocatfan
“At Uptown: Melissa, Brandi, Lauren, and Jessy. Recently there, Briget and Cori. At the Candle, Chelle and LaNetti.” — bspearce
“For breakfast and lunch, Tiffany at the Old Mill on Douglas.” — YouWish
“Veronica at d'Sozo is special. Always has a friendly greeting and big smile.” — fl00zy
“Been going to Yia's Yia's for 14+ years. Rob is terrific, and has been waiting on us for 13 of those years. Two relatively ‘new’ wonderful additions are Hallie and Alicia —
“Kristi at DeFazzios. I nearly think of her as another granddaughter.” — ginnyathome
“Huge fans of Cody and Tara at the Bonefish Grill! We always make sure we are in their section when we go, whether they are in the main dining area or behind the bar.” —workerbee
“Dane at On The Boarder, is the best hands down. He has been our waiter for years. He is attentive, friendly, happy, professional. Our friends are even requesting Dane now!” —brownju
“Starr Walls at Red Bean’s at 21st and Ridge. She is that best around. Anna Bain is also a great server at the same place. We go see Starr at least once a week! She is Great.” —viklynn