The Lunar New Year begins on Friday, and several local Asian restaurants will be celebrating with dragon dancers. Among them:
There are balloon animals – the cute little doggies and twisty giraffes that clowns make at festivals.
If learning to cook was one of your New Year’s resolutions, several local places are offering lessons:
Three local restaurants are frequently tapped to bring the Shockers players and coaches catered spreads four hours before tipoff on home game days. Among them:
Our first Wichita Eagle Dining Panel, assembled in May of 2012, served us well.
Three restaurant remodels
When they first decided to open a restaurant in Wichita, Big B’s Beef owners Liz and Brian Bathgate targeted Delano.
Three restaurant updates
Many restaurants around Wichita will close early on Christmas Eve, which is Tuesday. But some will be open during the evening hours, serving holiday diners. If your favorite restaurant is not on this list, which is not exhaustive, call to check the hours. Here are some that are open later:
Mickey Lynch is diving into the restaurant and bar business in a big way.
The west side deserves to have nice things, too.
Thanksgiving was late, which means Christmas is rushed.
The restaurant at 10096 E. 13th St. is having a grand reopening at 11 a.m. Monday, complete with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting. Diners will get 10 percent off all day on Monday. Although the restaurant originally opened in June of 2012, chef Michael Gonzalez has made some big changes. Among them:
Linda Thrush still remembers the life-changing phone call she got from her husband, Ken, in November 1973.
Taco Pronto is famous for its delicious taco burgers and for its friendly service.
One might argue that if you’re going to eat a pizza, you should really eat a pizza – thick crust, lots of cheese, all the greasy meats.
Last week, we told you which local restaurants would cook your Thanksgiving meal for you to pick up and serve at home.