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Wendy's

2025 N.W. Topeka Blvd., Topeka

For the hungry customer who is in a hurry, Wendy's offers casual dining inside and a drive-through lane outside. The Wendy's chain started when Dave Thomas opened the first restaurant in 1969 in Columbus, Ohio. The restaurant now offers all the fast-food staples with a variety of sides, including fries, mandarin oranges, baked potatoes and chili. For dessert, try a vanilla or chocolate Frosty. The drive-through is open until 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until midnight on Friday and Saturday. (Updated 2/20/09)



Wendy's

1820 S.W. Wanamaker, Topeka

For the hungry customer who is in a hurry, Wendy's offers casual dining inside and a drive-through lane outside. The Wendy's chain started when Dave Thomas opened the first restaurant in 1969 in Columbus, Ohio. The restaurant now offers all the fast-food staples with a variety of sides, including fries, mandarin oranges, baked potatoes and chili. For dessert, try a vanilla or chocolate Frosty. The drive-through is open until 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 12:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. (Updated 2/20/09)



Wendy's

728 S.W. Topeka Blvd., Topeka

For the hungry customer who is in a hurry, Wendy's offers casual dining inside and a drive-through lane outside. The Wendy's chain started when Dave Thomas opened the first restaurant in 1969 in Columbus, Ohio. The restaurant now offers all the fast-food staples with a variety of sides, including fries, mandarin oranges, baked potatoes and chili. For dessert, try a vanilla or chocolate Frosty. The drive-through is open until 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until midnight on Friday and Saturday. (Updated 2/20/09)



Wendy's

3250 S.W. Topeka Blvd., Topeka

For the hungry customer who is in a hurry, Wendy's offers casual dining inside and a drive-through lane outside. The Wendy's chain started when Dave Thomas opened the first restaurant in 1969 in Columbus, Ohio. It offers all the fast-food staples with a variety of sides, including fries, mandarin oranges, baked potatoes and chili. For dessert, try a vanilla or chocolate Frosty. The drive-through is open until 11 p.m. (Updated 2/20/09)



Whiplash

2107 S.E. California Ave., Topeka

Whiplash is a bar with much more than the regular bar food. It claims to have the best cheeseburger in town, but what really sticks out is the homemade roast beef sandwich. With roast beef piled high on two slices of Texas toast, a huge pile of mashed potatoes and homemade gravy, it's the special each Wednesday. Whiplash also offers an 8-once ribeye steak on Friday nights for $10. (Updated 2/26/09)



Wild B's

1630 S.W. Arvonia Place , Topeka

Branching off from Bobo's Drive-In, Wild B's is the brainchild of Bobo's owner Richard Marsh. He has partnered with Leroy’s, a barbecue restaurant established in Pomona and Lyndon. Wild B's offers Bobo's burgers and apple pie, but also features Leroy's food.



World Cup Espresso Cafe

1501 S.W. 21st St., Topeka

World Cup, founded in 2001, offers customers a good place to talk, study and drink great coffee.

Located near the Washburn University campus, World Cup serves a variety of coffee drinks as well as baked goods and sandwiches in an eclectic environment. (Updated: 1/06/14)