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Internationally renowned wines and craft beers harmonize with a full slate of Mediterranean-inspired tapas and other small plates at Oeno Wine Bar. Guests thumb through a wine list flush with rare varietals, budget-friendly bottles, or selections from top wine producers. Drawing out complex flavor profiles, the bistro crafts a host of small plate amuse-bouches, including spanish bruschetta with prosciutto-wrapped shrimp, cilantro aioli with manchego cheese, and chorizo sliders. A champagne room hosts private parties, events, and games of Pin the Tail on the Cask of Amontillado. Outside, the wine bar regales diners with live music and local DJs spinning dance music.
A new member to Wichita's Old Town entertainment district, Public at the Brickyard serves up simple yet unique dishes alongside a wide selection of craft beers. Burrowed on the bottom floor of a restored warehouse, the restaurant presents a vast amount of space in which to spread out, complete with thick pillars and exposed-brick walls. Amid Public's uncomplicated decor and clean layout, diners tackle homemade pickles, sliders, and other dishes infused with local ingredients.
Thirty-three television screens line the walls at Heroes Sports Bar, a smoke-free, family-friendly establishment that offers a sports-themed menu of burgers, sandwiches, pizza, salads, and more. Cozy up with friends inside one of Heroes' green booths to share loaded potato skins ($6.99) or snag a spot on the heated patio to chew fried mozzarella stix ($5.99) by your lonesome. Really famished fans can try the sweet-pepper-bacon cheeseburger topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, cheddar cheese, and sweet pepper bacon ($7.99). Although today’s deal cannot be used toward alcohol, Heroes Sports Bar boasts an impressive array of draft and bottled brews for drinking and dowsing fantasy-football coaches.
Ruben’s Mexican Grill’s cheerful sign invites diners inside the casual family-owned restaurant, where plates of steaming, freshly made Mexican dishes tango with chilled margaritas on the palate. Chefs whip up classic burritos, tacos, and enchiladas, and extend their culinary prowess toward specialty carne asada dinners and shrimp rancheros with fresh peppers, onions, and guacamole. An accommodating wait staff tends to indoor and outdoor dining areas, making guests feel like family even if they believe people come from storks.
Alongside rising comedic stars, a plethora of critically lauded chortle conjurers, such as Carlos Mencia and Bobcat Goldthwait, have played foreground to The Loony Bin's brick backdrop. Comic musician John Wesley Austin interweaves pithy one-liners with original tunes and country parodies, and Austin's Matt Sadler charms crowds with his refined routine delivered in English and pig Latin. A voice talent for Hanna-Barbera's The Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show, Greg Morton combines risqué barbs with impersonations of celebrities such as Mick Jagger and Prince. Boasting appearances on copious comedy programs, including An Evening at the Improv and Caroline's Comedy Hour, rugged standup veteran Steve McGrew enlightens audiences with his distinctly male views on relationships. Though not included in this Groupon, attendees can munch on myriad snacks throughout the show, such as a basket of popcorn ($2.25), chili-cheese fries ($5.95), or a confused stadium-size pretzel ($4.95), which loudly criticizes comedians for not running the football enough.