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Inside Wichita’s 1870s-themed cattle-town museum, guests can mosey over to the Diamond W Chuckwagon and enjoy three hours of food, music, and family-friendly fun served up by the award-winning cowboy Western quartet known as the Diamond W Wranglers (formerly the Prairie Rose Wranglers). Fans of food, music, music about food, and musical foods will relish the tastes of an all-you-can-eat brisket dinner that includes smoked beef brisket and sausage, roasted rosemary potatoes, cowboy beans, honey cornbread, and chocolate-chunk brownies with vanilla ice cream for dessert. The meal—which may be served by the Diamond W Wranglers members themselves, three of whom own the restaurant together—then merges into an after-dinner show of good-old-fangled cowboy Western tunes interspersed with jokes, tall tales, and coyote brandings. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the meal is served at 6:30 p.m. Check the upcoming schedule before making a reservation.