Deanos Grill & Tapworks, replacing Louies Grill and Bar, 9747 E. 21st St.: This new bar and grill will go into the old Louies Grill and Bar at Cambridge Market at 21st and Webb sometime this fall. Itll be a sports grill with live entertainment and lots of televisions 60 inches or larger.
When Caleb and Ashley Shannon relocated to Wichita a year ago, they settled in the College Hill area and noticed something they thought was strange.
Kevin Gillenwater’s road to executive chef-dom was dotted with fascinating stories from dozens of legendary Wichita kitchens.
The official opening date is Aug. 12: The last we heard from the Hill Bar & Grill, the new restaurant going into the former Barriers space, it was set to be open by Monday, July 29.
I don’t like beets, and I definitely don’t like Brussels sprouts. So the fact that I enjoyed both, immensely, during a recent visit to Siena Tuscan Steakhouse – the fine dining restaurant inside the posh new Ambassador Hotel downtown – says something about the kitchen skills of head chef Marshall Roth.
The Flying Stove first rolled onto the streets of Wichita a year and a half ago, and a trend was launched.
Even as the number of food trucks in Wichita increases, their visibility in some ways is decreasing.
Wichita can go weeks and weeks with nothing new to eat.
Wichita’s well-established foodie events have some new competition this year.
Three food and drink events this week
Last year was the first year for the Wichita Ribfest — a sticky, saucy three-day gathering of professional rib vendors from around the country — and it was a near-complete success, said Christine Pileckas, Intrust Bank Arena’s director of sales and marketing.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, so it’s beyond time to decide where to take mom to eat.
It’s tucked back in Northwest Centre at 13th and Tyler — a strip center with lots of vacancies. (Talliano’s Pizzeria just closed its restaurant there in March after 10 years in business.)
Several Mexican restaurants are joining in on the Cinco de Mayo fun. Following are a few that have planned activities, but check with your favorite restaurant, as theyre likely to be in fiesta-mode as well.
This month Connies Mexico Cafe at 2227 N. Broadway turns 50, a rare feat for any family-owned business, especially a restaurant. And theyve been an eventful 50 years.
Wichita has been mourning the absence of an authentic Greek restaurant since Lakis Restaurant at 3219 S. Oliver closed in the late 1990s. “Does Wichita have any Greek restaurants?” is one of the most frequent questions I get from readers (second only to “Is Wichita ever going to get a Cheesecake Factory?”).