Groupon is a combination of the words group and coupon. Each day, we offer an unbeatable deal on the best of Wichita: restaurants, spas, sporting events, theater, and more. By promising businesses a minimum number of customers, we get discounts you won't find anywhere else. We call it "collective buying power." If you want to get the deal, just click BUY before the offer ends at midnight. If the minimum number of people (15 for today's deal) sign up by the end of the day, you'll be emailed a gift certificate the next morning. You can print your Groupons or redeem them with our iPhone app. Use them whenever you want until the deal expires—today's expires in January. If not enough people join, no one gets the deal (and you won't be charged), so invite your friends to make sure you get the discount!
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.
Although Monica’s Bundt Cake Company specializes in crafting tasty bundt cakes, its bakeable skills extend to the decadent world of cupcakery. Monica's delicious glitter cupcakes tickle tongues with flavors such as crazy carrot, lots-o-vanilla, chocolate sour cream, and seasonal varietals such as August's key lime, September's apple-a-day, and October's pumpkin sour cream, garnished with real poltergeists. Made from scratch with fine ingredients such as Nielsen-Massey Madagascar Bourbon pure vanilla and a generous smear of signature cream-cheese frosting, glitter cupcakes get their name from the pink and green glitter that infuses each mini-cake with maddening mouth magic.
Named Best Bakery in 2013, for the fourth consecutive year, by The Best of Wichita, W.O.W. Cakes' expert baker and decorator, Pam Pletcher, concocts artful gourmet confections slathered in copious quantities of house-made toppings and homemade buttercream. Bakers craft more than 50 flavors of cakes and cupcakes–including 12 gourmet cupcakes–easily accommodating requests for coconut wedding cake topped with chocolate fondant or red velvet birthday cake filled with bavarian cream. Alternative recipes turn treats into gluten-free and sugar-free of time-tested favorites to accommodate special diets or throw dessert-sniffing detectives off track. Imaginative bakers transform cakes into pieces of art with hand-piped chocolate, sculpted frosting, and strategic props, and have used their skills to transform a simple sheet cake into everything from a ski boat to a flame-licked barbecue grill.
All of the fare on d’Sozo’s neatly decorated chalkboard menus is made daily by executive chef Miguel Larcher, who draws on his French background to craft inspired crêpes and Mediterranean creations. The anything-but-provincial Provençal crêpe is made with roasted tomato, green pepper, grilled mushrooms, soy cottage cheese, and soy parmesan ($6.50), and dessert crêpes ($3.99–$6.50) are decked in decadence, such as praline ganache ($5.99). Inspired café sandwiches, such as the Mediterranean garlic portabella ($7.99) are served on fresh, homemade bread. And though the eats at d’Sozo are mainly vegan or vegetarian, a savory spinach-hummus wrap ($7.59) and a Banango smoothie (banana, mango, orange juice, and coconut milk, $4.99 for a 12 oz.) will look good in the eyes of even the most avid meateor watchers. d’Sozo’s healthful and soul-satisfying cuisine will start your day on the right foot, while making sure your foot is on the right day.
Two-dozen frosted sugar cookies ($10/dozen) solve many of the problems associated with cookies, including scarcity, rareness, and shortage of cookies. Connie's chewy, sugary rounds are crafted from her grandmother's time-tested recipe and contain no preservatives. Sink teeth into a variety of bright frosted shapes, such as a spooky ghost or flip flop. All of Connie's cutout sugar cookies are freshly made when ordered; the dough is hand-rolled, hand-shaped, and hand-decorated by real human hands. The bakery asks for a minimum of two days to fill your order, so make sure to call ahead.