George Yang is opening a new teahouse and dessert bar in the former Genghis Grill space on West Central. He hopes to have it ready by early February.
George Yang is opening a new teahouse and dessert bar in the former Genghis Grill space on West Central. He hopes to have it ready by early February. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
George Yang is opening a new teahouse and dessert bar in the former Genghis Grill space on West Central. He hopes to have it ready by early February. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
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New teahouse and dessert bar to open in west Wichita

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  • Watch Works opens in west Wichita

    Greg Breeden has realized a more than 40-year-old dream by opening Watch Works just south of Hobby Lobby at Central and Ridge Road. Carrie Rengers/ The Wichita Eagle