When this photo was taken earlier this month, it wasn’t clear what the fate of Jack’s North Hi Carryout was. Now, Shawn Gilbert reports that he’s going to keep the Riverside tradition alive.
When this photo was taken earlier this month, it wasn’t clear what the fate of Jack’s North Hi Carryout was. Now, Shawn Gilbert reports that he’s going to keep the Riverside tradition alive. File photo The Wichita Eagle
When this photo was taken earlier this month, it wasn’t clear what the fate of Jack’s North Hi Carryout was. Now, Shawn Gilbert reports that he’s going to keep the Riverside tradition alive. File photo The Wichita Eagle
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Longtime restaurant tradition will live on in Riverside

November 27, 2017 05:00 AM

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    A commercial development is slated to go into a space that's now a large parking lot on the north side of the old Spaghetti Works building. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)