Dinner

Baker's Dozen

1949 N.W. Topeka Blvd., Topeka

Baker's Dozen offers a tasty, sugary breakfast for folks in North Topeka. Open from 5 a.m. to noon, you might want to get an early start to grab these delicious treats.



Big 'Uns Grill

1620 S.W. 6th, Topeka

Opening in August 2013, the Atwood brothers said that this restaurant is perfect for carnivores, including ribs, brisket and burgers. They use no gas burners, and even cook the food on their own meat smoker. Check them out today!

Big Uns also features live blues bands every Friday night.



Billard Airport Restaurant

3600 N.E. Sardou, Topeka

For a good time in a casual atmosphere, try Billard Airport Restaurant, which has been serving good ol' hot American food for more than half a century. Leased from Phillip Billard Airport, the restaurant welcomes all Topekans and visitors for breakfast and lunch daily, and dinner on Fridays and Saturdays. (Updated 4.2.10)



Blackbird Espresso Bar and Bistro

4025 S.W. 10th Avenue, Topeka

At Blackbird Espresso Bar and Bistro in the Fleming Place shopping center, your favorite coffees and teas are served by talented and friendly baristas. Plenty of soups, sandwiches, salads and wraps are available for a quick lunch or dinner, including a delicious array of options for vegetarians. A variety of baked goods are prepared regularly throughout the week, and a bar serving beer, wine and cocktails was recently added. (Updated 3.1.10)



Blind Tiger Brewery and Restaurant

417 S.W. 37th St., Topeka

The Blind Tiger opened in 1995 offering casual dining, "good food, friendly people and great beer." Every day the bar features nine beers on tap, including four handcrafted ales from the restaurant's microbrewery. The restaurant, which can handle large parties and has daily lunch and dinner specials, features midwestern favorites including Kansas City-style barbequed ribs and seasonally available buffalo burgers. (Updated 1.6.14)



Blue Moose Bar & Grill

3030 S.W. Wanamaker Rd., Topeka

Blue Moose, in the former Brick Oven building near S.W. 29th and Wanamaker, is an upscale bar and grill known for amazing food. From Mediterranean Shrimp Past and Free Range Rosemary Roasted Chicken to Baby Back Ribs and Jammin' Salmon, Blue Moose has an eclectic and sophisticated menu.

In addition, look for a classy bar and unique patio.

Look for a delicious Sunday Brunch buffet from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

There are two Blue Moose restaurants in Kansas City. The original Blue Moose Bar & Grill is located in Prairie Village and the other Blue Moose Bar & Grill is in Overland Park.



Boss Hawg's Barbeque

2833 S.W. 29th St., Topeka

As its slogan says, Boss Hawg's has been "Horrifying Vegetarians Since 1995" with its delicious barbecue. The casual dining restaurant, located in the Brookwood Shopping Center and attached to Pigskin's Sports Bar, has won numerous state and regional awards, and has placed high in national and international rankings. Topeka native Sarah Burtch took over for original owner Elizabeth Lumpkin in April 2013. (Updated 4.18.13)



Bradley's Corner Cafe

844 N. Kansas Ave., Topeka

Bradley's, which opened in North Topeka in February 2006, features popular, made-from-scratch rolls, buns, fries and 25 different kinds of pies. Its turkey and dressing meals, meatloaf, and biscuits and gravy are popular with diners.



Brass Rail Tavern

401 N.E. Emmett, Topeka

The Brass Rail has been a fixture in the Oakland area since 1933. It's a friendly neighborhood bar where folks can meet with their buddies for good barbecue and the coldest beer in town. (Updated 2.23.09)



Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar

1227 S.W. Wanamaker, Topeka

Buffalo Wild Wings is a casual eatery featuring both bone-in and bone-out hot wings with a variety of sauce flavors and intensities.

Divided into both a bar and a dining room, feel free to bring friends to watch sports on numerous screens throughout the restaurant or the family for a fun dining experience.

Visit its Web site to keep track of the many wings and beer specials Buffalo Wild Wings runs throughout the week. (Updated 3.18.14)