Enjoy Denny's delicious breakfast and dinner menu in a casual diner atmosphere all day. Check out favorites from the breakfast menu like the Meat Lover's Breakfast or the Original Grand Slam, or try something off the lunch and dinner menu for a heartier meal. (Updated 5.12.10)
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is part of a franchise founded in Dallas in 1941. The franchise is known for its “Lip Smackin’, Finger Lickin’, Rib Ticklin’, Knee Slapping’, Foot Stompin’, Great Tastin’” barbecue, paired with speedy service and inexpensive prices.
Specialties include Dickey’s signature beef brisket, which is slow smoked using an overnight cooking process, as well as southern pulled pork, fall off the bone pork ribs and Virginia-style ham. There is an extensive menu of homemade side items, including waffle iron fries, jalapeno beans, fried okra and mac & cheese, as well as a variety of catering options.
Domino's delivers hot pizza later than any other restaurant in Topeka. Delivery is guaranteed within 30 minutes until midnight or later from any location serving your neighborhood. Try a tasty sandwich or side item, too. (Updated 5.19.10)
As one of the first of Dunkin Donuts coming to town, the doughnut and coffeeshop opened on S.W. 21st in Feb. 2015. Dunkin Donuts offers a wide variety of doughnuts, coffees and sandwiches to satisfy any craving you're having.
Topeka's oldest continuously operated neighborhood bar has been in business for 70 years. Not much has changed inside during that time. The food and beverages are always delicious and served with a smile 365 days a year.
Weekly specials include $5 cheeseburgers on Mondays and Wednesdays, and the Goose Sandwich for $4 every Tuesday. (Updated 5.19.10)
El Dorado offers an extensive selection of homemade Mexican favorites, including tamales, burritos, enchiladas and quesadillas. All of the dishes are made from scratch, and the house margarita can go head to head with the best in town.
Owners Elias Gallardo and Miguel Escamilla remodeled the restaurant's space extensively before opening in July 2010. The dining room has a warm and cozy atmosphere, and the spacious booths are perfect for dining with friends and family.
El Maguey is the first Topeka franchise of a regional restaurant chain with several locations in the Kansas City area and Missouri. Owners Juan Jasso and Martin Leon, who also owns Las Fuentes on Topeka Boulevard, said the restaurant specializes in a wide variety of familiar Mexican dishes with traditional flavors and ingredients.