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Aside from working my 8-5 job and raising a family, this has mostly been a full-time hobby that’s extremely time-consuming and costly but still a joy to do. If you would like to help support the site in anyway, your patronage would be greatly appreciated.

While the budget at Wichita By E.B. is extremely low, I’d like to give small tokens of appreciation:

$5 – Thank You Level
Recognition on our Patron page for a year.

$10 – Sticky Level
The above + a Wichita By E.B. sticker so you can display on your laptop, food truck, door, mailbox, car bumper, or even on your face.

$25 – Magnetic Level
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$50 – Koozie Level
The above + a Wichita By E.B. koozie! Drink in style with the best koozie in town!

$100 – Feature Level
The above + will receive top level recognition on our Patron Page for a year and a Wichita By E.B. mousepad. Work more efficiently with this custom mousepad!

$150 – Business Sponsor
The above + your business logo (if appropriate) on our Patron page for a year and a social media shoutout.

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Donation Total: $150.00

Antojitos Criollos - Caribbean Cuisine

It’s a double-edged sword. Some diners want more variety in the type of food in Wichita. But when something brand new comes along that a majority of diners have never had before or aren’t familiar with, it’ll either be the next big thing or end in a short amount of time. The latter happened here.

Antojitos Criollos arrived in Wichita last year. They prided themselves on being the first Caribbean cuisine truck with food native to Puerto Rico.¬†They had everything from tostones to mofongo on the menu. You can check out my old review here. But they just couldn’t pick up enough steam over those months.

It appears that the truck has closed down after less than a year of operating. I spoke to the owner and he decided to sell his food truck and close down shop.

Anybody want to start up a Puerto Rican truck?

Antojitos Criollos - Caribbean Cuisine

Happy Dining,

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