Bonner Springs is a city in Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte counties in the State of Kansas, and part of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 7,314, and 2017 a population estimate of 8,069. It is reputed to be the first commercial center and permanent settlement in Kansas in the year 1812. Bonner Springs was incorporated as a City on November 10, 1898.
Things to do in Bonner Springs
4 based on 101 reviews
Chips and salsa and free cheese dip ? Can't beat that!! Taco mondays here instead of taco Tuesday. My favorite plate is the jalapeño enchiladas.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Twisted has to be one of the best 'fast food' places I've eaten. Maybe it doesn't qualify as fast food, but you do get your food fast. Really saves me on days I don't have much time to get out. Consistently good with qualify veggies and meats.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Excellent dinner. Enjoyed a slab of ribs and coleslaw. Ribs are so tender and fall off the bone. Some of the best coleslaw I've had. Worth the stop.
4 based on 13 reviews
To be clear, this is a smallish, standard DQ in terms of facility and menu. The thing to know is that this is a family operation, and the workers there are unfailingly friendly, cheerful, and helpful. They do their best to keep the exterior of the place looking nice and tidy, and they're a fantastic part of downtown Bonner Springs.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
we wanted to try some KC BBQ, so we checked tripadvisor for reviews. The BBQ was good. I got the ribs and they were filling. couldn't eat the entire order. It looks like an old house that they transformed into a restaurant. Down home atmosphere. Staff was great. A little drive out from town but worth it.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Found this place from Google. One was closer to the motel and a little cheaper looking at the two menus but sometimes you have to pay a little more to get the good stuff. Drove to the downtown area and found the restaurant. The bar next door has more signage.
Right across from the dollar general.
Ordered a hot tea, 2 spring rolls, egg drop soup, and boneless chicken for the entre.
Tea was good and relaxing. Spring roll was tasty and the soup had a corn base. No whole corn pieces but you could taste it.
The chicken was prepared with a batter and fried. Reminded me of the springfield style of cashew chicken and the chef special sauce was awesome. Then there was a nice variety of veggies to top it off. Served with steamed rice. Wow. I had enough to fill a Togo box with leftovers.
I really needed this. I'm so tired of the buffet Chinese you get out there so this was awesome!
We will be back!
4 based on 433 reviews
We walked around the Legends Mall and decided that the Yard House looked perfect.
It was literally across the street from the Residence Inn. We arrived what we thought
was early and people were already lined up. We were given a beeper and about 20 minutes we were taken to a booth.
Taylor, was our server and she was very efficient. Our daughter had eaten there the night before and brought back to the hotel the mixed greens salad and ginger crusted
salmon. We knew we were in for a treat. We had enjoyed her leftovers.
My husband had the grilled chicken and avocado and I had the black truffle cheeseburger with their house made truffle cheese. Taylor, suggested I get the onion
rings for an extra $1.00. What a great choice. The onion rings were plentiful and not greasy. They were piping hot. I did not have the draft beer, but my husband enjoyed
We are looking to our next visit. Think we will have the ginger crusted salmon it was
perfection. Looking forward to the wasabi mashed potato that accompanied it. The snow peas were very good too..
We will also save room for dessert next time.
4 based on 33 reviews
Easy location to find on the edge of the Bonner Springs area. This bar is your norm for sports bars in terms of drinks, service and bar food. It's a nice place to gather with friends. Lots of tvs for sports.
4 based on 225 reviews
With any chain you expect average and famous Daves doesn’t disappoint. Everything is about average. To me if your going to do BB then do the best BBQ you can do. When you have locations all across the country you tend to dumb down the food to keep it the same. The problem is , when your located in an area that’s known for BBQ it tends to disappoint.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Great new much needed coffee place in Bonner Springs!
Six oz Americano was prepared perfectly with a nice stout taste. Flat white was a bit heavy but may be what the local taste demands in the area.
The food needs some work. The croissant was stale and I suspect store bought and not made by a proper baker. Egg was overdone for what how was supposed to function as part of the meal.
This place just opened this month so they are probably still getting things sorted and I hope the food is one of them.
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