Fetch Bistro is the only restarant in Kansas where people can sit down for a meal with their furry best friends. But Greg and Pamela Buss, along with chef Damien Scott, also want to impress human and canine patrons alike with their good food and great service.
Tucked behind the Greatroom Bar in the eastside Wichita Marriott is a cozy 50-seat restaurant that just might become your favorite hideaway. The restaurant features fine dining and expanded wine list in an elegant setting.
Former athlete Eric Burns went back to culinary school and now serves up made-from-scratch gastropub food to WSU sports fans. With wings, paninis, pulled pork, pizza and more to choose from, nobody goes home hungry.
Your mom loves you with all of her heart — a heart that's right next to her stomach. Give both of them a treat with one of these luscious brunch ideas featuring everything from Moroccan grilled tilapia to chicken fried steak. Oh, and don't forget the mimosa.
Siena Tuscan Steakhouse brought executive chef Jeremy Wade on board this spring. He hit the ground running and is now tweaking things to bring even more authentic Italian dishes to the menu — including the quintessential Tuscan dish.
Although Mario Quiroz and Mara Garza of Molino's have outgrown thier humble beginnings in a former Taco Tico building, their authentic south-of-the-border tacos, piratas, salsas and ceviche are as delicious as ever.
A rare opportunity for a home cook: Heather Denker recieves hands-on instruction from executive chef Janet Bourbon, including step-by-step instructions for "reverse searing" a roast. Also on the menu: French scalloped potatoes and more.
Michael Farha and partner Marc Humsi opened this upscale taco joint earlier this year, after a longer-than-expected wait that had people already familiar with Farha’s food downright antsy for another taste.
The Doo-Dah Diner has expanded to create space for an in-store bakery, take-out counter and room for head chef extraordinaire Patrick Shibley to cure his own meats. Hoodies and more new merch are on the way, too.
Café 402 in the downtown Y is open and accessible to the general public. While specializing in healthy food, the menu isn't limited to just that. Bite into a slice of its decadent chocolate cake for proof.
Spend an evening with chef Jason Jaso and wine speaker Todd Izzo during this special culinary experience on May 29. Which wines pair perfectly with grilled scallops, chorizo-stuffed pork tenderloin or Shiraz Pear? Read on to find out.
Step inside the two newest "it" venues. Jettys is a beach-themed, family-friendly pizza place with huge specialty pies and a big loft. Walkers is a classic watering hole with lots of exposed brick and ceiling beams dating back to its construction in 1908.
The over-the-top menu at Doo-Dah Diner culminates in "The Brutus": A tower of hash browns, caramelized onions, chicken fried steak, sausage gravy and two eggs. Just one of the perks of running a from-scratch kitchen.
Mort’s Martini and Cigar Bar knows how to throw the perfect patio party. From unique shared seating, to one-of-a-kind cigars and great drink specials, even down to celebrity clientele — Mort’s has it all!
What chefs will be paired with which celebrities? What will the mystery ingredient be? So many surprises tossed together at the last minute make for an exciting and delectable fundraiser for the Orpheum Theatre fundraiser.
Gianluca Sciagata makes foods from scratch that most other restaurants buy ready made. Combine that with his northern Italian background and you've got an authentic taste of Italy in this midwestern Kansas town.
“I like to refer to it as a country club without golf, swimming or tennis,” said Wink Hartman, owner of a new private supper club. The club’s food is being created by chef Jeremy Wade, who made his name at Uptown Bistro in Old Town Square.
There’s much more than steak to recommend the Gaslamp Grille, including a raw bar brimming with fresh crab legs, shrimp and oysters stacked on ice and a diverse selection of beverages in a casual setting.
We’ve been highlighting some of the best local restaurants you might never have heard of. But not all of our favorites fit into the designated categories. So for the final installment of “Off the Beaten Path,” here’s the best of the rest.
Two factors have fueled the barbecue boom. One is the decision of some home cooks who compete in barbecue cook-offs to open restaurants. The other is the entry of chain restaurants into what was once the purview of individual, often quirky, operators.
Small burger joints survive — and sometimes thrive — in Wichita. In this first of a series of articles about some of Wichita's lesser known restaurants, Joe Stumpe investigates alternatives to homogenized chain restaurants.