Three restaurant updates
Wichita’s Sri Lankan population is only about 200 strong, so your odds of being offered traditional Sri Lankan food in Wichita aren’t good
Almost a year and a half ago, we assembled our inaugural Wichita Eagle Dining Panel.
If fall had a flavor, it would taste like pumpkin spice.
Locate your pants with the elastic waistband and bust out the Beano: It’s time to eat chili in Wichita.
Coming up: Grace Hill Winery's Fall Release Party, Mike's Wine Dive's Wine & Cheese Pairing, and the Bordeaux Wine Tasting at aVenue Banquet Hall.
The Midwest Beerfest experiment worked last year, so it’s being repeated this year.
When KETCH special events coordinator Ashley Ruckman started dreaming up a summer fundraiser for her organization, her brain turned to burgers.
Three food businesses on the way
Three dining events
Wichita may not be renowned for one particular type of food the way New York is known for hot dogs or Kansas City for its ribs.
Three dining updates
August is a good month for people who love green chiles.
Three new places to eat
A good loaf of crusty artisan bread is difficult to come by in Wichita – odd, many local foodies note, since Wichita is the Wheat State’s largest city.