Ki-Yoko Japanese Steakhouse, the replacement for the longtime Sal’s Japanese Steakhouse near Kellogg and Woodlawn, has closed. The landlord says the building is fully equipped and ready for a new restaurant.
Ki-Yoko Japanese Steakhouse, the replacement for the longtime Sal’s Japanese Steakhouse near Kellogg and Woodlawn, has closed. The landlord says the building is fully equipped and ready for a new restaurant. Denise Neil The Wichita Eagle
Ki-Yoko Japanese Steakhouse, the replacement for the longtime Sal’s Japanese Steakhouse near Kellogg and Woodlawn, has closed. The landlord says the building is fully equipped and ready for a new restaurant. Denise Neil The Wichita Eagle
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