Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Topeka. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Get a blast of the past in this western Kansas state capital, which was founded in 1854 by a group of anti-slavery activists and later played a key role in the civil rights movement. Visit the Brown vs. Board of Education National Historic Site, which celebrates those involved in the 1954 Supreme Court decision that deemed segregated schools unconstitutional. Continue your back-in-time travel at Ward Meade Park, which features an early 1900s town, Victorian mansion, one-room schoolhouse and log cabins. View aircraft dating from World War I at the Combat Air Museum, and visit Cedar Crest, the historic Governor's home, overlooking the Kansas River. Aside from historical attractions, Topeka is also known for its world-class motor sports racing site, Heartland Park Topeka, with its record-breaking quarter-mile drag strip. Topeka has its share of cultural attractions as well in the form of numerous art galleries, live theater and local symphony and opera companies. For a great family outing, head over to the Topeka Zoological Park for a visit to the tropical rain forest, naturalistic bear dwelling and the children's petting zoo, featuring llamas and sheep.
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4 based on 204 reviews
Went here with a group and ate inside. Space is limited. I ordered a chocolate shake, double steakburger and fries. Food was excellent. I'd compare the food to a better version of Freddy's or Steak and Shake. Waitress was excellent. Food was excellent and I left there for around $10.
4 based on 274 reviews
For more than 16 years, the Blue Moose brand has endeavored to be the finest upscale-casual restaurant in the neighborhood. We remain dedicated to providing a friendly staff who serves hand-crafted cocktails and delicious fare from our scratch menus. We t
I wasn't really impressed. Our waitress was amazing, great personality! My husband had the buffalo chicken wrap which I had a bite and it was great! I had the club and in my opinion lacked any form of taste and was disappointing. My biggest issue was one of the waitresses continuously played with her pony tail. Combing thru it with her fingers, then twisting etc etc. This literally continued from the moment we walked thru the door until we left. We brought it to our waitresses attention and was assured it would be passed on to the manager. I hope so because it was disturbing that she would touch plates and glasses after doing so! Most likely this was not only our first time but our last time at this establishment!Hello, thank you for sharing, we are sorry we let you down. Touching your hair in a food service establishment is wrong, and we are truly sorry. We review all feedback in an effort to refocus and improve. Please try us again, our Sunday Brunch Buffet is really tasty, and a great price for the entire family!
4 based on 700 reviews
This is our go to place whenever we are in Topeka. We met with friends for dinner during our most recent visit. You simply can't go wrong with their Burnt Ends ( If you don't know what those are...believe me...try them and you will fall in love!!). My husband votes for their chicken wings. Both of us love their Chicken Fried Steak but if you don't have a BIG appetite....get an extra plate, an extra order of mashed potatoes and gravy and share it !!!! They also have some great award winning craft beers, if you are a beer lover.
4 based on 65 reviews
This is a very nice restaurant -- diverse menu for breakfast (really reasonable prices) and dinner. I tried the pea soup -- my server said it was different -- and he was right -- but it was good. I opted for a burger to go with it and it was excellent. Large serving of fries came with the burger, which I was not expecting. There is ample hightop, bar, and dining room seating; the latter offers a more quiet experience.
4 based on 169 reviews
Simply one of the best cheeseburgers you are going to eat. Order the 1/2 pound cheeseburger with everything and you will not regret it. Cheese balls and onion rings do not disappoint either.I am glad this is not near me as I would gain 20lbs.
4 based on 304 reviews
Legendary Food, Legendary Service
Enjoyed a nice meal on an overnight in Topeka. Close to Homewood Suites. Busy when we arrived but seated immediately. The warm rolls were amazing along with a great margarita! I ordered the Ft Worth ribeye with a baked potato. Perfectly cooked. Very enjoyable. Ayanna was terrific and took really good care of us. Would definitely recommend this restaurant!
4 based on 218 reviews
The Burger Stand opened on Sept. 8, 2011 in Topeka's College Hill district. The Burger Stand features 2 bars with pool and ping pong tables. Seating for 270 inside with room for another 40-50 on the out-door patio. Specialty burgers with regular and sweet
We stopped here while driving through town. We all loved our burgers. I was disappointed in the truffle fries and would try something different next time, but my Kobe burger was amazing. I especially liked the chipotle ketchup. Great local place with friendly staff.
4 based on 143 reviews
I totally recommend this place, even if you don't drink. The tomato bisque soup, the grilled cheese sandwich, and the chips were absolutely delicious! The wait was about 10 minutes, but they have limited seating, so it was expected and the food was so worth the wait.
4 based on 343 reviews
I went to Lonnieâs today and had the #1 - brisket & pulled pork with cheesy potatoes & Cole slaw. The beef brisket was perfectly executed- smoky and super tender. The pork was smoky, tender and delicious. There are 3 different sauces. Cheesy potatoes are unique and pair well with the BBQ. The Cole slaw is on the sweet side. For the #1 the cost is $12.50 and is enough for two meals as Lon is very generous with his servings. There is typically a wait - up to 30 minutes standing in line. I do recommend going as early as possible.
5 based on 211 reviews
Steps from the Kansas State Capitol Grounds, the once dilapidated historic site at 515 Van Buren St. was transformed by Owner and Chef, Greg Fox, into a fine dining venue. Greg is a native Kansan who is inspired by his roots. He draws from being raised in
We love the atmosphere of this place. We mostly love the food. On this night, we had cauliflower fritters, salmon, and beef ribs. All of our entrees were delicious, well-prepared, and delivered in a timely manner. The chickpea minestrone soup was a different story. Not only was it a tiny portion, but it was watery and bland. The restaurant prides itself on wine and food pairings, but the wine while good was expensive and tardily delivered. We were well into our food courses before our wine arrived. We even had to ask our server for it. Service overall was distracted. A fine dining experience involves more than good food; service is an intricate part of it.
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