Not far from the clatter of falling bowling pins, Hatfields offers nourishment to bowlers and sports fans. The kitchen cranks out a basic menu – chicken tenders, pizza, burgers, hotdogs and lots of appetizers, including mozzarella sticks, nachos and popcorn chicken. Wash it down with a soda or something else from the full bar. Hatfields offers its own seating and stays busiest with bowlers – who often drop in to wind down with drinks. Others come to Hatfields just to watch sports on the big-screen TV.
Enjoy fabulous daily food and drink specials at Henry T's, where the non-smoking sports bar atmosphere attracts not only game watchers but families as well. Henry T's serves yummy classics like Shrimp Po'Boys and burgers, plus a variety of favorites beyond the traditional bar food menu. Henry T's, located near Washburn University, offers lots of options for sides served in generous portions. (Updated 6.3.10)
Hooters sports bar and restaurant - featuring the "nearly world famous" Hooters Girls - promises to be "Delightfully tacky, yet unrefined." As the name indicates, the waitresses are well-endowed and skimpily clad.
Enjoy the game of the day on one of the many big screens or experience the patio seating when the weather is right. Catering and to-go orders available. (Updated 6.3.10)
HuHot is a Mongolian-style grill where diners are invited to pillage their own creations. Choose from a selection of meats, vegetables, seafood and sauces, then watch excitedly as the chefs cook your creation in front of you. Perfect for vegetarians or people with food allergy as chefs pay special attention to those requests and clear a spot on the grill. Not good at creating your own meal? Simply start over. Use the cards provided at the table or by the wait staff to help you choose something you're bound to like.
The Jose Pepper's franchise originated in the Kansas City area, and specializes in fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine.
CEO Tom Hance said Jose Pepper’s strives to provide a fun, extremely casual dining experience. “It’s a very warm atmosphere,” he said. “It’s festive with lots of bright colors – reds, greens, oranges and yellows.”
The restaurant is well known for its Espinaca Con Queso – a blend of jalapeno cheese, onions, ripe tomatoes and a touch of spinach, served with hot tortilla chips. There are also lots of child-friendly amenities including balloons, coloring books and crayons and a kids menu, making it a popular destination for families on weeknights and weekends.
Kiku's has been the place for good Japanese dining -- with the meals prepared before your eyes on the hibachi -- for 20 years. Kiku's is fun to watch and great to eat! If you're in the mood for a different style of Japanese food, enjoy sushi prepared by the talented sushi chefs. Enjoy one roll as part of your hibachi meal or fill your stomach with sushi alone! (Updated 6.11.10)
Stop at the snack bar after rounding the first nine holes and munch on a burger, hot dog, brat or sandwich. The snack bar serves up beer, mixed drinks and Gatorade. The patio at the clubhouse provides a good spot to kick back and look at the wooded area. The nearby banquet room holds about 80 people and is a popular spot for golf tournaments and the occasional wedding; call for information about reservations. Hours vary depending on the season – sunrise to sunset. (Updated 6.11.10)
Enjoy authentic Mexican food served in a brightly-decorated and friendly atmosphere. Las Fuentes, which has been open at the southwest corner of the old White Lakes Mall complex since 2001, serves lots of filling dishes. Its steak and fajitas are particularly popular.