WICHITA — A new restaurant is opening in the former Burger House space at Harry and Webb.
David Rohr and two partners, Carlos Magana and Stephen Joseph, are opening Curly’s American Diner on May 13.
“It’s just kind of an opportunity, and I said, ‘Sure, why not?’” says Rohr, who used to manage the Applebee’s near 47th and Broadway.
Curly’s is named after Magana’s nickname.
“It just kind of fit,” Rohr says.
The menu will include lots of comfort food, such as chicken fried chicken and steak, meatloaf and pot roast along with burgers and sandwiches.
There will be seating for about 100, and there will be a new banquet room that seats about 40.
Hours will be 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Rohr says he’s working on a liquor license.
“We are planning on that eventually.”