All Bars

CG's Lounge

501 N.W. Lyman Road, Topeka

CG's is very friendly, a place where everybody knows everybody. The bar opened in February 2008 and serves bottled beer and mixed drinks, nothing on tap.



Chilis Grill & Bar

2021 SW Wanamaker Rd, Topeka

This well-known bar and grill entices customers with a family-friendly, fun atmosphere. The casual bar features three flatscreen TVs and a 10 percent military discount. Don't leave without sampling the food with a Southwest flair.



Club Orleans

8249 SW 10th Ave, Topeka

On March 23, 2012, Club Orleans became an after hours gentlemen's club where patrons bring their own alcohol and enjoy adult entertainment with beautiful ladies from 1:30 a.m. until 5 a.m. in the morning. In addition to the entertainment, there will be an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.



Cousin's Tavern

1211 S Kansas Ave, Topeka

Sporting events aren't just a hobby at Cousin's, they're an addiction. If the big game comes on early, the doors open early, too. And the six TVs and an 8-by-8-foot projection screen are warmed up and ready to go. Grab your favorite beer and your favorite shot (mostly tequila) and join the fun with owners Ed and Leonard Ramirez. Check out the wall of murals featuring their late brother, Pee Wee.



CW Porubsky Grocery and Meats

508 N.E. Sardou Ave., Topeka

A Topeka classic where time stands still. Porubsky's has the same weathered bar signs and packs the same lunch crowd ranging from the everyday worker to governor. Chili season -- from October to April -- marks the start and end of winter for many, and a county judge is among the servers. The founder's son, Charlie, runs things now, and serves up beer from bottles, cans and kegs.



Dugout

1545 SW Fairlawn Rd., Topeka

If you're looking for an ice-cold beverage with a side of entertainment, look no further. The Dugout has it all. The friendly, sports-oriented atmosphere offers 11 TVs, five pool tables, karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights, free popcorn and $3 half-pound cheeseburgers on Tuesdays and Thursdays -- not to mention NASCAR Sundays.



Dutch Goose Sports Bar & Grill

3203 SW 10th Ave., Topeka

Rich in character, The Dutch Goose has been a Topeka tradition for more than 70 years. Frank Butler opened The Dutch Goose on S.W. 10th Street in the 1930s. It is the oldest continuously operated bar in Topeka. Decor includes signs for Rock Chalk Jayhawk and Powercat Alley, the Carpenters & Millwrights Union and the Plumbers & Steamfitters Union.



El Azteca Club

1201 S.E. 6th, Topeka

El Azteca Club at S.E. 6th and Lake offers traditional and contemporary Latin music. In 1997, Jorge Munoz and his family purchased the building and started rennovating the place. The family, with deep roots in Mexico, also own Los Portales restaurant across the street. El Azteca plays salsa, Reggeton, Merengue, Cubia's, Norteno, R&B and Hip Hop.



El Centinela Mexican Restaurant

2121 S.W. Belle Ave., Topeka

El Centinela fans rejoice! The restaurant and bar is alive and well at its new location near S.W. 21st and Belle. Still serving 99-cent margaritas on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Mexican and domestic bottled beer specials on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and mixed drinks, the bar is a great place to watch the big game. If you're hungry, the generous menu will satisfy your appetite.



El Dorado Mexican Grille & Cantina

3627 S.E. 29th St. #101, Topeka

El Dorado offers an extensive selection of homemade Mexican favorites made from scratch. 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 bar has a warm and cozy atmosphere, and the spacious booths are perfect for a night out with friends.