Visiting Family and Eating in Wichita, KS

One of the great benefits of my new lifestyle is that I can spend more time with family and friends. After the first month of this adventure, I headed to spend time with my family in Wichita, KS.

Of course, if you are in Wichita, you have to eat out. Wichita has one of the most amazing food scenes and has long been an entrepreneurial incubator of new restaurants.

I’ve absolutely fallen in love with Homegrown and those sweet potato pancakes are amazing!

A plate with sweet potato pancakes topped with whipped cream and pecans, scrambled eggs, sausage patties, and a small metal cup of syrup. The table also has a cup of coffee, a glass of water, and a carafe.

Of course, if you go to Homegrown, you have to have the Pop’d Hearts to start.

A strawberry frosted pastry with sprinkles on a white plate beside a white cup of coffee on a wooden table.
A finished plate with traces of sauce, a used fork, a cup of coffee, and a small creamer pitcher sitting on a wooden table.

Can’t go to Wichita without going to NuWay!

A half-eaten crumbly burger, pickles, onions, and cheese, served with a side of curly fries in a red and white checkered paper.

And the good stuff just keeps coming!

A plate with a hamburger topped with crispy onion strings and lettuce, accompanied by a side of fries. A glass of water and another drink are in the background.
A metal tray with slices of bread, sausage links, brisket, baked beans in a black bowl, and corn casserole in a black bowl. A plastic cup of water is next to the tray on a wooden table.
A menu from Homegrown, a daytime eatery, listing various food categories including Flavors of the Season, Start Here, Cakes, Sandwiches, Breakfast Your Way, Omelets & Scrambles, Bowls, Sammies, Salads, and Sides.
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