Swirl. Sniff. Sip. Repeat.
Once the eggs are hunted and the church service ends, it’s time to eat.
Several local bars, restaurants and charity groups are recognizing St. Patricks Day this weekend. The actual day is Sunday, though several are celebrating earlier. Among them:
On St. Patrick’s Day, the number of Irish people living in Wichita goes from very few to thousands and thousands, Patrick Audley noted with a laugh.
The Loaf Off is a fundraiser for Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals thats now in its fifth year.
Las Tias De Beto, the delicious Mexican restaurant that opened in July, is closed.
You can shop for spices and exotic ingredients at the India Emporium, the international grocery at 3743 N. Rock Road. And now, you also can eat lunch there when youre finished.
The episode of Spike TVs show Bar Rescue that features Chef Jason Febres of Taste & See is tentatively scheduled to air March 24.
Wichitans often ask me why our town doesn’t have a Greek restaurant. But they won’t be asking me any more.
Its a good thing that 5k races have become such a trendy way to raise money for charity lately. How else are Wichitans supposed to burn off all the good deeds they do at the growing number of food- and drink-centered fundraisers that are equally as trendy?
When Chris Arnold moved to Wichita and took over Old Town’s River City Brewery in 1999, he didn’t know anything about craft beer.
It’s never too soon to plan where you’re taking your sweetheart to eat for Valentine’s Day.
Ah, Kansas – the land of dramatic sunsets, wide-open prairies, amber waves of grain and a whole lot of chicken-fried steak and cheeseburgers worth driving for.
As an adventurous eater, I like to try lots of things. Im a fan of Spanish-style tapas restaurants because of the wide variety one can have at a reasonable price. The Chinese version of tapas is dim sum. And in Wichita, you have only once choice for dim sum: Toms Lotus Garden.
Korean dishes are as fun to pronounce as they are to eat, from bi bim bab to bul go gi.
Big B's Beef is now open. Brint's Diner is about to reopen. And On the Route Cafe is gone for good.
Theres a new restaurant going in to the Delano building where Mary Hansen recently closed her Bierocks, Brats n BBQ.
Food for Thought, the natural grocery store at 2929 E. Central, will put on a Natural Health Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.