Wicked Wichita Brew Tour IV: Central Standard Brewing

It wouldn’t be a proper Wichita brew tour without a stop at my favorite brewery, Central Standard Brewing. In the two years that CSB has been open, they have successfully introduced Wichitans to delicious sours, saisons, and juicy IPAs.  While I frequent this establishment on a fairly regular basis, for my Brew Tour stamp I … More Wicked Wichita Brew Tour IV: Central Standard Brewing

Noble House

Noble House has come full circle. What started as a relocated food truck from Topeka several years ago, has now morphed into a full blown free-standing restaurant as well. It didn’t take long for the people of Wichita to catch onto Noble House’s unique Hawaiian cuisine that consists of a bevy of culinary influences from early Polynesian … More Noble House

Siena Tuscan Steakhouse

It’s always fun to splurge on a fancy meal every once in a while.  Given our hectic schedules and two young kids, we usually save our fine dining experiences for special occasions. For our recent wedding anniversary we decided to try Siena Tuscan Steakhouse. Siena is located inside the swanky Ambassador Hotel at Broadway and Douglas and … More Siena Tuscan Steakhouse

Taqueria El Fogon

After doing reviews for several years now, I have developed a checklist for determining if a restaurant is going to be good based on observations alone. Taqueria El Fogon, a small Mexican dive located just north of Harry in the shadow of Via Christi St. Joseph, was the latest establishment I put to the test. … More Taqueria El Fogon

Gorditas Durango

When I am in the mood for a new authentic Mexican restaurant, I always start my search in the north-central part of town. The area bounded by Waco, 9th, Broadway, and 29th streets holds a treasure trove of street tacos, menudo, mole, and salsas just waiting to be consumed. My target on this day was … More Gorditas Durango