With an even countenance and a playful mischievousness in his eyes, Bailis Bell oversaw operations at Wichita’s two airports for decades, creating an indelible legacy and a lot of laughs. Mr. Bell died on Feb. 4.
Panera and Saltgrass Steak House are going to open at Greenwich Place. Saltgrass, which is more upscale than Outback Steakhouse but less than Chester’s Chophouse, is going to open at the entrance to Greenwich Place at K-96 and Greenwich.
The latest tenant to sign a lease in the Spaghetti Works District is another familiar face. Eric Fisher plans to open his fourth salon there. “This was a no-brainer for us,” Fisher said in a statement.
There’s a sweet new deal at the longtime Coleman Co. facility at Second and St. Francis downtown. Cocoa Dolce is moving its headquarters to the 21,000-square-foot property at 235 N. St. Francis this summer.
Midwest Corporate Aviation owner Barbara Autry says she doesn’t want to file a lawsuit against the city or rival Clemens Aviation, but on Monday her lawyers put everyone on notice that she’s prepared to do it.
Mark Poling and his wife, Christine, plan to open at least three California Tortilla franchises, the first of which likely will be at 21st and Greenwich. They have options for two more of the restaurants.
Splash Aqua Park, which will open in May on the lake at Steeple Bay near the new Camping World and Gander Outdoors, will look much like this when it’s finished. There will be a variety of slides, jumps, swings and other things for visitors to play on