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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)



Bunker Coffee Company

822 N. Kansas Ave., Topeka

Opening in late 2014, Bunker Coffee Company is the brainchild of owner Kendra Palmer. The coffeeshop is located inside of NOTO Burrito, so you can get your food and drinks all in one place.



Burger King

2817 S.E. California, Topeka

Burger King, the home of the Whopper, offers a casual, fast-food dining experience. The first Burger King opened in Miami in 1954, and its menu is constantly evolving. This restaurant has a drive-thru for customer convenience. (Updated 4.12.10)



Burger King

3690 S.W. Topeka Blvd., Topeka

Burger King, the home of the Whopper, offers a casual, fast-food dining experience. The first Burger King opened in Miami in 1954, and its menu is constantly evolving. This restaurant, near White Lakes, has a drive-thru for customer convenience. (Updated 4.12.10)



Burger King

6002 S.W. Wanamaker, Topeka

Burger King, the home of the Whopper, offers a casual, fast-food dining experience. The first Burger King opened in Miami in 1954, and its menu is constantly evolving. This restaurant has a drive-thru for customer convenience. (Updated 4.12.10)



Burger King

1800 S.W. 10th St., Topeka

Burger King, the home of the Whopper, offers a casual, fast-food dining experience. The first Burger King opened in Miami in 1954. This restaurant's lobby closes at 8 p.m. There is a drive-thru for customer convenience. (Updated 4.12.10)



Cafe Barnabas

5331 S.W. 22nd Place, Topeka

Cafe Barnabas is a volunteer-run shop in Fairlawn Plaza Mall. Their specialty is tea-related drinks, but they do offer fresh baked goods, sandwiches and wraps.



Café Holliday

800 S.W. 12th, Topeka

For 14 years, family-owned and operated Café Holiday has offered its Mexican-American cuisine to a diverse clientele in a friendly, lively atmosphere that is a bit off the beaten path. Dinner is served on Fridays (5-8 p.m.) and breakfast on Saturdays (7:30 a.m. opening).



Cara's Cup

5660 SW 29th, Topeka

PT's has been the leader in Topeka coffee shops since 1993 and also has a roasting company that caters to restaurants and customers across the country.

You can buy fresh roasted coffee by the pound right at the shop. PT's in Barrington Village brews five different coffees daily that are all fresh roasted. It boasts some of the most knowledgeable baristas in the business.

PT's also serves hot and cold sandwiches, fresh muffins, and scones. And, for the hard-core coffee lover, PT's has a Clover machine, a one-cup brewing system.

In 2014, the original PT's location underwent a name change, being re-branded as Cara's Cup, in honor of Cara Kroll, a former manager who passed away in 2012. The shop is under different ownership.



Casa Authentic Mexican Food

3320 S.W. Topeka Blvd., Topeka

Since 1969, diners with a healthy appetite have enjoyed Casa Autentic Mexican Restaurant. Casa's buffets, featuring enchiladas, tacos and nachos, keep Topeka's lunch and dinner crowds happy. If you prefer, order your favorite Mexican dish from the regular menu. Finish your buffet or meal with a serving of Casa's Fried Ice Cream!