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Best in Wichita Metro Burger Challenge 2022: How does Local Flavor rate?

Local Flavor
5400 E Central Ave, Wichita, KS 67208

By Mike Thayer

Regular readers know that I've been traveling around the Wichita Metro, sampling the burger offerings from just about any joint that has burgers on the menu.  It doesn't really matter who, I've sampled burgers from local joints, regional restaurants and the national chains.  To determine a true champion of burgers in the metro, a broad sampling has to be taken in order to measure the best.  I'm on a mission in the name of "burger science" (cough).  For the burger criteria, click here.

Local Flavor "The Local" Cheeseburger w/bacon add
Nice burger presentation, w/natural cut fries

Nearing completion of this Burger Challenge and having traveled north, south, east and west in the Wichita Metro, today's Burger Challenge lunch took me to Local Flavor Grill and Tapworks on East Central.  Opening last summer in a space previously occupied by Gallery 54 Antiques, Owner Jeremy Snyder came to local burger fame as the Owner of Broadway Burgers & BBQ.  He's taken his new operation upscale with a menu that features not only burgers and BBQ, but local beer, sandwiches, salads, tacos, fish & chips, a smoked salmon dip appetizer and much more.

Under the lid review
Bacon applied using the dreaded "X" method

I walked in a bit after 11 am and was nicely greeted by Vicki who was busy doing some prep work.  It's open seating at Local Flavor so I grabbed a table near the bar and as it turns out, a table in Vicki's section.  She took my drink order, a water, as I looked over the menu and waited for my lunch date to arrive.  The Local Flavor menu has a lot of great sounding options, but yes, I already knew what I was going to order and in this case I ordered what Local Flavor calls, "The Local," a classic cheeseburger.  Served with cheddar cheese, I requested lettuce, tomato, raw onion, pickle and a bacon add.  If you're familiar with the Broadway Burgers & BBQ way of doing things, you have to request toppings, it's not an 'automatically comes with' thing, so naturally, it's the same set up at Local Flavor.  For my side, I went with the fries.  My lunch date, also named Vicki, ordered the Bacon Bleu burger with a side of fries.

Local Flavor "The Local" Cheeseburger
Check out the steam coming off the beef!

It didn't take long for our burgers to arrive and they were steaming hot!  With the history of Broadway Burgers in mind, I was looking forward to an upscale burger bite, but in taking that first one, the takeaway was how under seasoned the beef was.  It was a generous amount of beef, had a decent crust and was juicy, but it was rather bland tasting.  So was Vicki's Bleu burger which was also under seasoned and could have used a bit more Bleu.  We both reached for the salt and pepper.  The bacon was crispy and had good flavor, but was applied using the "X" method so I didn't get bacon in every bite.  The veggies were for the most part on point, the cheese had a great melt elevating the cheddar flavor to robust and there was a nice toast on the bun.   

Local Flavor Grill and Tapworks
That's a mouthful of burger!

Side Note:  The natural cut fries were kind of a downer.  Way under seasoned, they were also a bit wimpy, lacking a good exterior crispiness and the potato inside was a bit soggy rather than fluffy.  Both Vicki S. and I had to salt our fries and dunk in ketchup, I even added some mayo to the mix.  The fries either didn't get the benefit of a second fry, or the oil temp wasn't hot enough. 

Costing me $13.98 for the burger and fries, the Local Flavor Grill and Tapworks "The Local" cheeseburger with a bacon add scored 55 out of a possible 63 points earning it 4 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  The lack of seasoning kind of handcuffed this particular Burger Challenge lunch.  It's a reasonably priced bar & grill burger w/fries, an overall good burger, but not great.  Of note, Local Flavor takes $2 off all burgers on Wednesdays. 

4 stars

Located at 5400 E Central Ave, Wichita, KS 67208, the service at Local Flavor was excellent.  Vicki provided great service, she was friendly and attentive.   Vicki S. and I both stated we'd come back again, looking forward to trying another menu option, probably those tacos!

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Related:  Other burger joints reviewed so far

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Coming Soon: The best gluten free chips and crackers to snack on

Gluten Free chip & cracker options
There are a lot of options out there!

By Mike Thayer

Now that my Best in the Wichita Metro Burger Challenge 2022 is about over, I can focus once again on eating a little healthier.

Pre-Challenge, I was focused on eating gluten free for a time.  I felt better as a result.  I haven't been officially diagnosed as having a gluten intolerance, but I'm here to tell you my body thanked me for making the diet adjustment in reducing gluten.  Eliminating wheat products resulted in less bloat, less gas and I didn't feel as tired.  Unfortunately I got away from eating that way, so I'm looking forward to getting back on that path.

Thanks to an old girlfriend (shout out to Lori S), I was first introduced to the gluten free world back in 2020.  Now that I'm getting back in the gluten free game, I've noticed the options and product variety has really multiplied since then and the quality has improved.  There's chips, puffs, pretzels, crackers and more.  You'll find sweet, savory and salty.  Take your pick from cauliflower, black bean, sweet potato, rice and more.  The options are many and bonus, the prices are more reasonable!

I'll be evaluating all those choices you see pictured and more in the coming weeks, stay tuned!

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Whiskey Dick's - Wichita

Whiskey DicksWhiskey Dicks is the ultimate sports bar & grill, specializing in whiskey and burgers. Located Just south of Kellogg on Seneca, we are home to one of the largest whiskey selections in Wichita with over 400 different whiskeys. While we specialize in burgers like our version of the Juicy Lucy called the Richard Dick, we also offer tasty food to suit any appetite. We offer a nice selection of appetizers, sandwiches, south of the border and house specials including soup, chili, and mac 'n' cheese.  All of our food is prepared and made fresh in house.

Whiskey Dicks is the perfect place to cheer on your team during the next big game. With 14 big screen HDTVs, every seat is the best seat in the house. Our heated, covered, outdoor patio even has two TVs so you don’t have to worry about missing a minute of the action. Other activities at Whiskey Dicks include a Touch Tunes jukebox, Golden Tee, pool table and two steel tip dart boards.

Stop by and enjoy our Happy Hour every day from 3pm to 6pm  with 1/2 price drinks and appetizers.

Menus

801 S Seneca St, Wichita, KS 67213

(316) 201-6209

via www.whiskeydicksict.com


Best in Wichita Metro Burger Challenge 2022: How does Whiskey Dick's rate?

Whiskey Dick's
801 S Seneca St, Wichita, KS 67213

By Mike Thayer

Regular readers know that I've been traveling around the Wichita Metro, sampling the burger offerings from just about any joint that has burgers on the menu.  It doesn't really matter who, I've sampled burgers from local joints, regional restaurants and the national chains.  To determine a true champion of burgers in the metro, a broad sampling has to be taken in order to measure the best.  I'm on a mission in the name of "burger science" (cough).  For the burger criteria, click here.

Nearing completion of this Burger Challenge and having traveled north, south, east and west in the Wichita Metro, today's Burger Challenge lunch took me to Whiskey Dick's which according to their website, specializes in whiskey (it's in the name after all and their line up of whiskeys is impressive) and BURGERS.  Here's a snippet of description from their about page:  Whiskey Dicks is the ultimate sports bar & grill, specializing in whiskey and burgers. Located Just south of Kellogg on Seneca, we are home to one of the largest whiskey selections in Wichita with over 400 different whiskeys. While we specialize in burgers like our version of the Juicy Lucy called the Richard Dick, we also offer tasty food to suit any appetite.

Whiskey Dick's Classic Cheeseburger w/bacon add
Nice presentation, check out the bacon topped mac & cheese

I walked in about a minute after opening time, 11am for my first meal of the day.  I found a seat at the bar and was warmly greeted by Heather who was tending bar.  She grabbed me a Miller Lite per my request and provided a menu.  Yes, I already knew what I was going to order, but I do still like to check out the menu on site, in case I missed something online.  After reviewing the menu and setting it down, Heather was on top of things and asked me what I wanted to order.  I went with their Classic Cheeseburger with a bacon add and instead of the default fries side, I opted for the mac & cheese.  Heather turned and started punching in my order, verbalizing it as she hit the screen, "Cheeseburger with bacon and a mac & cheese."  This becomes key later...

The under the lid reveal
A little sparse on the pickle, but where's the?...

Having a prime seat at the bar I was able to take in some football highlights on ESPN while listening to three guys down a few seats talk about their betting successes and losses over the weekend.  After kind of listening in on the "Could'a, should'a, would'a" regarding players, teams and coaches from the three guys, my burger arrived.

A nice presentation, I just HAD to take a bite of the mac & cheese before taking the under the lid burger pics. Whiskey Dick's makes a stellar mac & cheese, the best I've had so far in this Challenge.  Nodding my head in approval, the YUM factor on the side made me all that more excited about biting into the burger.  But then the under the lid reveal was a let down.  There was no bacon on this burger!  Because this was a review situation, I didn't say anything.  What I am presented is what gets scored.  After taking a few pics, I took that first bite.

Whiskey Dick's Classic Cheeseburger
There's no bacon on this burger...

The patty was tender, juicy and seasoned perfectly.  The cheddar had a great melt, bringing out the fullness of cheddar cheese flavor.  The red onion had a nice sweetness to it and the rest of the veggies were spot on with flavor but the pickle was a bit sparse.  There was a good toast on the bun but preventing this burger from cracking my Top 10 List...  The lack of bacon.  Seriously.  This burger packed some great flavors and it's unfortunate the bacon wasn't part of it.  Bacon would have pushed this burger into elite status.

Side Note:  As I stated earlier, Whiskey Dick's makes a stellar mac and cheese.  The pasta was perfectly cooked, the coverage of cheese sauce was excellent and robust with flavor.  Topping things off were those bacon bits...  a nice touch and a perfect flavor pairing with the creamy cheese, a delightful crispy texture contrast to the soft pasta.  Everything is better with bacon!

Whiskey Dick's Receipt
My burger order was entered correctly

Costing me $6.98 before tax for the burger and side, the Whiskey Dick's Classic Cheeseburger with a bacon add (but not added) scored 57 points out of a possible 63, earning it 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  Despite the lack of bacon, well, I've already said what needed to be said...  I find myself playing the same game those three guys talking bets at the bar were playing...  "Could'a, Should'a, Would'a..."    Bottom line, Whiskey Dick's Classic Cheeseburger is most definitely worthy of a repeat buy, anytime, not just on 1/2 price Wednesdays.

5 stars

Whiskey Dick's Classic Cheeseburger
Tender, juicy, perfectly seasoned beef.

Located at 801 S Seneca St, Wichita, KS 67213, the service at Whiskey Dick's is top notch.  Heather was friendly, attentive and didn't miss a beat on anything.  Other staff members busy about the bar were equally friendly and attentive as well, ensuring I enjoyed my burger experience.

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Related:  Other burger joints reviewed so far

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Whiskey Review: Ole Smoky Amaretto

20220908_140611By Mike Thayer

It's been awhile since I've done a flavored whiskey review, not since July in fact!

But with my favorite season of the year here - football season - and oh yeah, the fall equinox on September 22, well they're both something to celebrate!  To do that, I picked up a flavored whiskey offering I haven't tried yet, Ole Smoky Amaretto. 

Here's the description from the Ole Smoky website:  We blended the flavors of toasted almond with notes of sweet cherry, to create our Amaretto Whiskey. This smooth nutty liquid was made to savor with friends or in front of a cozy fire.

As I always do when sampling, I tried the whiskey neat, on the rocks and in a chilled shot. When opening the bottle you do get a nice subtle whiff of "Amaretto" the combination of almond and cherry.  It's a pleasant nose and not overly fragrant which is a good thing. An overly fragrant flavoring usually indicates too much flavoring or perhaps a whiskey that is too sweet. You want the flavoring to compliment the whiskey, not overpower it. With its golden-amber color, the whiskey has a nice swirl to it.  In the neat sample and despite the pleasant nose however, I did find this whiskey to be a bit Amaretto forward in taste and at only 56 proof, it lacks that warm whiskey finish.  It's a decent sipping whiskey over ice, like an after dinner sipper, but it's best as a chilled shot.  With mixology in mind, an Amaretto Sour wouldn't be bad.

Amaretto Sour

  • 1.5 oz. Ole Smoky® Amaretto Whiskey
  • 1 oz. Simple Syrup
  • .75 oz. Lemon Juice
  • Fresh Orange Slice for Garnish
  • Ole Smoky® Moonshine Cherries for Garnish (once you've had these cherries, you won't want to switch back to regular maraschino cherries)

Costing me about $23 for a 750ml bottle, I'm giving Ole Smoky Amaretto 4 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  It's a good chilled shot, but if I'm going for a flavored whiskey that's got nutty and fruity notes, I would prefer to reach for Bird Dog Praline which has a warmer whiskey finish and costs less.  Bird Dog Praline is a better whiskey to savor with friends or in front of a cozy fire.

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Food Review: Papa John's new Papa Bowls

Papa John's new Papa Bowls
The 'Bowls' get packaged in a small pizza box for travel.

By Mike Thayer

Without question, pizza is my favorite food, but it comes at a high carb price.  So when Papa John's first announced this new addition to the menu in August, I got excited.  Pizza toppings, in a bowl?  That's a must try!  I've been trying to stay low carb aside from having a burger bun a day and fries during this Burger Challenge I've been conducting, so this pizza toppings in a bowl thing would seem to fit nicely in the second meal of a two meals a day regimen. 

Here's the description from the Papa John's website:

Papa John's Papa Bowl
The 'Bowl' is packed inside a sleeve, then packed in the box for transport.

Starting at $7.99

No crust. Just your favorite toppings in a bowl. Delicious vegetables, savory meats, cheeses, and signature sauces baked to perfection. Choose from our carefully crafted bowls or create your own. 

Papa John's offers four options in ordering their Papa Bowls. 

Option 1: Italian Meats Trio Papa Bowl.   Pepperoni, sausage, meatballs, and veggies topped with three cheeses and Italian seasoning, baked to perfection in our signature pizza sauce.

Papa Bowl Italian Meats Trio Trio
Note the lopsided presentation, no biggie, it happened during travel and there was no spillage, kudos to the packaging.

Option 2:  Garden Veggie Papa Bowl.  Spinach, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, tomatoes, and banana peppers baked in a bowl with our original sauce, cheese, and Italian seasoning.

Option 3: Chicken Alfredo Papa Bowl.  Creamy alfredo, grilled chicken, and crisp veggies baked in a bowl with three cheeses and finished with Italian seasoning.

Option 4: Create your own Papa Bowl.

In ordering carry out, I went with the Italian Meats Trio to basically check out how closely these bowls measure up to an actual pizza.  I also wanted a second one, as buying in bulk provides for good leftovers.  For my second 'Bowl', I took a pass on the Garden Veggie, I was tempted by the Chicken Alfredo, but I was inclined to order something more to my pizza liking, going for a "Create your own Papa Bowl."  I went with my favorite pizza toppings, pepperoni, sausage, mushroom and onion.

Papa Bowl Custom
Another lopsided presentation, but more importantly look at the oily, watery reveal...

It didn't take long at all for my order to be ready, I got a text in like 10 minutes saying my order was ready for pickup.  Off to my nearby Papa Johns I went.  I saved about $10 doing that, rather than pay a delivery fee + tip!

The 'Bowls' (they're actually rectangle shaped carry out containers, but what else are you going to call them?  The new Papa John's Carry Out Container Pizza is here!....  Nope, that just doesn't have a ring to it.) are packaged inside a cardboard sleeve, then placed inside a small pizza box for safe travels. 

"But Mike," you say, "Who cares about the packaging, how do they taste?"

Not bad, but the sauce without that crust, becomes a bit watery, if not a tad greasy.  All the classic Papa John's flavors are there, but without a crust present to absorb the moisture from the veggies and the oils from the meats, the sauce just isn't right.  Instead of baking the 'bowl' however they bake it, Papa John's would get a better sauce result if they baked a traditional pizza and scraped the toppings off into the bowl!

The Italian Meats Trio was good, I got the pepperoni, the light spice from the sausage, the meatballs were juicy, the veggies provided a nice balance but underneath that cheese, meat and veggie there was a sauce that comes off as a bit watery and greasy.

I sampled my custom order next, a pepperoni, sausage, mushroom and onion bowl.  I liked this one better, a personal preference thing in how I like a pizza, but there was the same issue.  The sauce is off in the bowl offering.  Without a crust for the sauce to soak and bake into, it comes off as watery from veggies and oily from the meats.  

Costing me $17.18 with tax for the two 'bowls,' I'm giving Papa John's new Papa Bowls 3 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  They're reasonably priced, but the taste factor just doesn't have a big enough impact to justify buying again.  More cheese and perhaps a different cooking method before combining all ingredients in the bowl is needed.  It's a nice concept, but as it is right now, it's not worthy of a repeat buy.

3 stars

The Papa John's visited on this occasion for a carry out order is located at 7800 E Harry St, Wichita, KS 67207.  The service was fast, friendly and efficient.

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Best in Wichita Metro Burger Challenge 2022: How does Ty's Diner rate?

Ty's Diner
928 West 2nd St N, Wichita, KS 67203

By Mike Thayer

Regular readers know that I've been traveling around the Wichita Metro, sampling the burger offerings from just about any joint that has burgers on the menu.  It doesn't really matter who, I've sampled burgers from local joints, regional restaurants and the national chains.  To determine a true champion of burgers in the metro, a broad sampling has to be taken in order to measure the best.  I'm on a mission in the name of "burger science" (cough).  For the burger criteria, click here.

For a Tuesday Burger Challenge lunch, I hit Ty's Diner.   The 'Diner' in the name is kind of a misnomer, it's a burger place.  They've been flipping burgers at Ty's since the 1950's and it's very popular with area burger lovers. 

Ty's Diner Bacon Cheeseburger
The aroma emanating off this burger was stellar!

Having a seat at the counter, I was greeted nicely.   There was no need to look at the menu, I ordered the bacon cheeseburger, the hand cut fries for a side and a soda to wash it down with.

Made to order, my burger was delivered to me by the Burger Master himself, piping hot and smelling delicious.  Ty's serves up their burgers pre-cut in half, which makes for an easier eat.  In taking that first bite, the burger patty had a great flat top crust and even though cooked well done, remained juicy and was seasoned perfectly. I was going to write that Ty's does their burgers up Freddy's Style, thin with a great crust, but that wouldn't be accurate.  Ty's has been around a lot longer, so the truth is, Freddy's does their burgers Ty's Diner style, thin with a great crust!  I wonder if Freddy's got the...  Never mind...  The lettuce was fresh, the tomato was juicy, the onion added a nice punch, the pickle provided a pleasant tart element and the bacon was crisp but with exception to the lettuce, I didn't get all those flavors in every bite.  The bun was nicely dressed with mustard and while there was a golden brown look to the toast on the bun, it was a bit saturated in grease.

The under the lid reveal
The veggies were good, but I didn't get all those great flavors together, in every bite.

Side Note:  I was looking forward to sampling the hand cut, straight cut fries.  They were delivered hot and fresh from the fryer, but they were under seasoned.  I had to salt them.  I always say the mark of a good fry, onion ring, tater tot or the like, is how good they are without dipping in a condiment.   Really good sides are stand alone delicious, no condiment dipping needed.  These fries needed ketchup.  Sadly, they were average, straight cut fries.

Costing me $13.08 for the burger, fries and a drink, the Ty's Diner Bacon Cheeseburger scored 56 out of a possible 63 points earning it 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  Just a few missteps on the execution of this burger prevented it from scoring even higher.  Both the seasoning  and crust on the patty were stellar.  Reasonably priced, Ty's makes a fine burger worthy of a repeat buy, but I think I'll try a different side next time I visit.

5 stars

Ty's Diner Bacon Cheeseburger
That's a great flat top crust, creating another layer of flavor.

Located at 928 West 2nd St N, Wichita, KS 67203, the service at Ty's Diner was excellent.   Professional, courteous and attentive, the service I received made it easy to tip well. 

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Drink Review: DeKuyper Razzmatazz Raspberry Liqueur

DeKuyper Razzmatazz Rapberry Liqueur
A versatile ingredient in mixology

By Mike Thayer

When enjoying a burger dinner one night at Bubba's33, I ordered a drink to go with it, which is now a go-to for me whenever I visit Bubba's33.  They call it a Blackberry Smash.  It's a cocktail featuring Crown Royal, hand shaken with a hint of Bubba's 33 sweet and sour, DeKuyper Razzmatazz Liqueur and fresh blackberries. It's a dangerously smooth cocktail and I finally got around to making this drink at home.

What makes this drink isn't the Crown Royal, it's believe it or not the DeKuyper Razzmatazz.  The raspberry notes are excellent, you get the sweet of the fruit with a hint of tartness which quite frankly surprised me a bit.  I really expected this to be overly sweet but it's not.  Up to this point I've been a Chambord buyer and I buy it predominately for making Peanut Butter & Jelly shots with a peanut butter flavored whiskey.  I think I may have found a replacement, DeKuyper is WAY cheaper and I would challenge you to tell the difference in a blind PB&J shot test.  I bet you can't.

Blackberry Smash Cocktail
I was fresh out of mint for garnish...

Here's the drink recipe for the Blackberry Smash:

  • 1 shot Crown Royal
  • A splash of sweet & sour mix (I like to use a lime syrup)
  • A splash of DeKuyper Razzmatazz
  • Garnish with fresh blackberries (raspberries work too, making it a Raspberry Smash for those of you who live in Valley Center) and a sprig of mint

Serve over ice. 

It's a dangerously smooth drink.  At 33 proof, it adds to the whiskey kick.

Here's the recipe for 2 PB&J shots (two for yourself or one to share), this is my favorite shot hands down and chilled ingredients works best:

  • 1 part peanut butter flavored whiskey (Skrewball is the most popular, but I like Ol Smokey.  Bird Dog isn't bad either)
  • 1 part DeKuyper Razzmatazz

Here's a recipe from the back of the Razzmatazz bottle, which I'm looking forward to trying:

Raspberry Lemonade

  • 1 part DeKuyper Razzmatazz
  • 1 part lemon-flavored vodka
  • 4 parts lemonade

Serve over ice.

Costing me $16.19 after tax for a 750ml bottle, I'm giving DeKuyper Razzmatazz Raspberry Liqueur 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  It's reasonably priced, tastes good and is quite versatile in mixology.  Compare it to Chambord, the top shelf raspberry liqueur, which will run you about $35 a bottle.

5 stars

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