The Warren Oldtown Theatre Grill combines dinner and entertainment under one roof with its unique dine-in movie theatre right in the heart of downtown Wichita. With seven theatres offering a full menu of lunch and dinner options, movie-goers are guaranteed a uniquely convenient experience.
Patrons hit a button to summon the wait staff and order snacks and meals straight from their seat. Don't miss the garlic Alfredo pasta, the Buffalo chicken sandwich, or the hearty super nachos. There is also a full cocktail bar serving daily drink specials and classic movie theatre fare, like popcorn and candy.
Those looking for luxury can opt to view a film in the Director’s Suite (as long as they are 21 or older), which has oversized reclining arm chairs and a private bathroom. If you’re saving your pennies, there is a $5 ticket special every Wednesday!
Warren Oldtown Theatre Grille
353 N Mead Street
Wichita, KS 67202
Le Monde Cafe and Deli has a French name, but that doesn’t mean all it serves is French cuisine. “Le monde” is actually French for “the world” — which is fitting, given the diverse offerings here. There are Mediterranean dishes as well as French and Italian fare. Regular diners just call it all “delicious.”
The Jacqueline has been described as part salad, part panini — it’s a sandwich that includes sliced turkey, cheese, and walnuts on grilled bread, and Yelpers call it interesting and surprisingly good. Other standouts are the gyro wrap with potato wedges, the Philly cheesesteak, and the pasta with Alfredo sauce. One favorite that diners can agree upon is the melt-in-your-mouth honey biscuits, which are complimentary.
Le Monde Cafe and Deli
602 N. West St.
Wichita, KS 67203
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Offering a full breakfast and lunch menu, Doo-Dah Diner has often been deemed one of the best eateries Wichita has to offer. The diner opened in 2012 and has quickly become a favorite of Wichita locals.
The menu features made-from-scratch comfort food, like biscuits and gravy and chicken and waffles, as well as a decent selection of burgers and sandwiches for lunch. Sunday brunch is an all-you-can-eat-style menu, with plenty of the diner’s famous bacon and raved-about French toast, among other menu items.Hometown pride is evident in Doo-Dah’s decor, with Wichita memorabilia covering the walls.
The diner is open Wednesdays to Fridays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays to Sundays 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The low-key restaurant tends to be crowded, especially on weekend mornings, and large groups should be prepared to wait for a table.
206 E Kellogg St
Wichita, KS 67202
If you've never tried a Salvadoran pupusa before, it's time to pay a visit to Usuluteco Restaurant in Wichita. The traditional pupusa headlines the menu, a handcrafted corn tortilla filled with the fixings of your choice. Order at least three to start, perhaps the ground pork and cheese pupusa (the revueltas), the fried beans pupusa, and the pupusa stuffed with smoked ghost pepper.
You can also feast on other Salvadoran and Mexican dishes, like the fried garlic shrimp, the deep-fried tilapia, or the chicken fajitas. Usuluteco dishes out soups, too, distinguished by exotic ingredients like cow feet, as well as more conventional foods such as beef or chicken. The eatery even reinvents American eats like pot roast and sirloin steak with a Salvadoran twist. Wash down your meal with a horchata (rice-flavored water), chan (strawberry punch) or Kolachampan (Salvadoran soda).
1714 E. Northern Street
Wichita, KS 67216