Old Mill Tasty Shop – Stepping inside is like time travelling back to the perfectly preserved 1930s fountain shop complete with original features and recipes. Try the daily special and order a shake or malt (enough for two!)
The Artichoke– Known for its sandwiches, this small Irish bar serves up the city’s most popular choice, the Famous No. 8. Located just north of downtown, the spot is also a local folk-bluegrass-celtic music hub.
Bella Luna — Wichita loves its Mediterranean faire, so when it’s time for hummus, schwarma and falafel, this is one of many great options. (Locations east and west.)
HomeGrown — A daytime eatery featuring everything local, from the silverware and tables to made from scratch pop-tarts and biscuits to funfetti pancakes - because sprinkles are for winners!
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Read about three local restaurants that mastered summer treats by visiting the Choose Wichita blog.