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Monthly Indian taco sales have been a tradition for more than 30 years at the Lawrence Indian United Methodist Church. Not only do they help the church raise needed funds, they give locals a chance to indulge in an Indian specialty rarely found on restaurant menus. By Sara Shepherd
Chicken biryani at Cosmos Indian Store & Cafe
With about a month and half under its belt, Ramen Bowls, 125 E. 10th St., has catered to Lawrence’s obvious hunger for Japanese ramen and Hawaiian-Pacific eats.
Organizers learned two big lessons after turning hundreds away from the inaugural Winesong at Riverfest wine tasting event in De Soto. People — a lot of people, it turns out — are interested in trying Kansas wine. And, in order to better accommodate them, this year's event would need some major tweaking.
An upcoming wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres fundraiser planned by Lawrence’s Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club will benefit Van Go Inc.
Grab a fork, Lawrence residents. You’re living in one of the nine best small towns in America for dining out, according to a national food website.
A sour economy hasn’t stopped Jerry Beier and other Kansans from getting into the restaurant business.
Kansas vineyards feature organic elements
Dennis and Cindy Reynolds own one of the only organic vineyard and wineries in Kansas.
Beer drinking remains an activity often lacking in refinement, but pouring a beer requires some knowledge and subtlety. Because a bartender who isn’t versed in the skill can often tarnish the drinking experience, we talked to several Lawrence professionals who offered their advice on the subject just in time for St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
Once the decision has been made on where to eat, the Kansas Department of Health and Enivironment has available online inspection results of restaurants statewide.
Social service agencies are finding it difficult to get relief in tough economic times.