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    New Wichita Falls restaurants offer wide array of menu items

    By Lynn Walker, Wichita Falls Times Record News,


    In the ever-changing landscape of places to eat and drink in Wichita Falls, here are a few recent happenings.

    One Asian restaurant’s closing marked a new beginning for a new entry.

    Hoshi Japanese Steakhouse & Asian Fusion has opened in the strip center at 3916 Call Field Road.

    The restaurant appears to have a broad menu ranging from seaweed salad to filet mignon with a host of Asian chicken recipes. Prices range from $2.95 for onion soup to $40 for steak and lobster.  Dinner-for-two offerings are about $67.

    Hours are 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. seven days a week for lunch and reopening at 4 p.m. for dinner.

    Hoshi is in the location formerly occupied by Wasabi Steakhouse, which shut down in 2023.

    Smoothie King is on the verge of opening at 2823 Southwest Parkway. It’s in the same shopping center as Hobby Lobby and the Mardel store.

    The chain specializes in pureed beverages made with a variety of ingredients and initially became popular among health food devotees.

    Smoothie King has more than 1,350 stores worldwide.

    The company’s Facebook page indicates the local store will open for business this week. Prices start at just over $5.

    One unique business has recently pulled up stakes and moved across town.

    Tortilleria Lupita has opened shop at 2404 Kemp Blvd., leaving its former location on Old Iowa Park Road and opening as Lupita Butchers and Tortilleria.

    As the name implies, the business offers fresh, warm tortillas as well as Mexican dishes, burgers, meats and other grocery items. It is in a former sporting goods location.

    The business opens at 8 a.m. daily.

    More: A cuppa and a flip: One chain opens another outlet in Wichita Falls, another closes one

    More: Knock-down dollars: City panel antes up money toward demolition of dilapidated hotel

    This article originally appeared on Wichita Falls Times Record News: New Wichita Falls restaurants offer wide array of menu items

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