With the arrival of autumn, I said to myself that it would be good to go back to the openings that took place during the summer. There is so much news and content that sometimes you might not know a place is open, or maybe you just forgot about it. Let’s review some notable openings in the summer of 2021. As always, you can also browse my Food & Booze directory for all the delicacies available in the Wichita area.

Albero Bistro (2684 N. Greenwich): One of the most anticipated restaurants was the sequel to the popular East Side Albero Cafe. Pro tip: get the tiramisu.

Andalusian bar (2106 N. Starch): Offering a mix of European and Mexican fare, one of their award-winning dishes is their Classic English Breakfast.

Alzavino wine tavern (1001 W. Douglas): Located in Delano, this wine tavern offers a self-service wine station so you can pour your own wine in 1, 3, and 6 ounce increments.

Better still Coffee (2721 E Central Ave): The owners of Little Lion Cafe have renamed their ice cream shop what they hope will be an equally popular cafe. You can find them on Revolutsia.

Birria TJ 664 (803 N. West Street): From the makers of Tacos TJ 664 comes the new all-birria restaurant.

American coffee (4600 W. Kellogg): If you’re shopping inside Towne West Square, be sure to stop by the Caffe Americana for a cup of beer.

Chucherias Y Mas (2909 N. Broadway): If you drive on Broadway you are sure to find a lot of Mexican food trucks. It is a place that is definitely worth stopping by.

Clutch house (524 S. Seneca): After the Tight Ends Bar & Grill franchise agreement expired, the owners decided to rename the restaurant and implement their new concept called Clutch House.

Family barbecue with green olives (4520 E 47th St S): The Mediterranean restaurant was once in the west, but has moved south and rebranded itself to include barbecue on the menu as well.

HTeaO (1280 N. Tyler): The West Wichita Tea House has taken the city by storm with long queues wrapped around the building.

Grill with local flavors and tapworks (5400 E. Central): One of my new favorite restaurants this summer, they have a mix of barbecue, Mexican and other classic American dishes. Pro tip: get the smoky wings.

Mexican restaurant Los Cunados (4559 N. Woodlawn): Bel Aire finally got a new restaurant in the old Bob & Luigi’s space when Los Cunados opened this summer.

Mami Tere’s Mexican cuisine (3088 W. 13th Street): You can find this Mexican restaurant on 13th Street in the same mall that once housed Byblo’s.

M. Miyagi Japanese Grill (3920 E. Harry): Many social media groups have fallen in love with this restaurant. There are also good reasons.

Social tap drinker / Sungrano / Wheatly’s (4510 E. 19th St.): One of the newer places to go out is the Social Tap Drinkery. They have plenty of draft beers and even have two restaurants inside serving pizza (Sungrano) and burgers (Wheatly’s).

Sweet house (701 E. Douglas Ave): Located in Union Station, Sweet House introduced the city to Hong Kong-style bubble waffles.

La Guera tacos and burritos (1547 S. Oliver): The owners bought the Ricos Tacos El Torito food truck on the south side and gave it their own twist.

Taqueria Las Tres Nenas (6600 W. Central Ave): You can find one of the city’s newest Mexican restaurants in the old Green Olive location on the west side.

The big nerd (Food Truck): Fancy a bit of personality with your food? Check out The Big Nerd which has tacos and burgers on their menu.

Travieso’s food company (Food Truck): The taste of California and fries loaded with extremely tasty toppings have reached Wichita courtesy of Travieso’s Food Company.

Vella’s Exotic Egg Roll Food Truck (Food Truck): Vella’s takes egg rolls to extremes like never before with their inventive egg roll creations.

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