One of the new Carlos O’Kelly’s prototypes is this one in Iowa City, Iowa. It features a high ceiling and lots of openness that Sasnak Management president Jon Rolph says leads to more energy in the restaurant.
One of the new Carlos O’Kelly’s prototypes is this one in Iowa City, Iowa. It features a high ceiling and lots of openness that Sasnak Management president Jon Rolph says leads to more energy in the restaurant. Courtesy photo
One of the new Carlos O’Kelly’s prototypes is this one in Iowa City, Iowa. It features a high ceiling and lots of openness that Sasnak Management president Jon Rolph says leads to more energy in the restaurant. Courtesy photo
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    Ol' Crow Tattoo owners Ryan Gould, left, and Tom Seifert discuss their upcoming move to 410 N. Washington downtown. Currently, the shop is at 1927 S. West St. Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle