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PTs Coffee Roasting Co.

1635 S.W. Washburn Ave., Topeka

Flying Monkey was rebranded PTs Coffee Roasting Co. on July 19, 2012.

Flying Monkey Handcrafted Brews is a cafe specializing in serving Direct Trade Coffee and Espresso and select brews from Micro-Breweries, including The Blind Tiger. The Monkey is located in the College Hill District at 17th & Washburn next to Washburn University.



Abigail's Grill & Bar

3701 SW Plaza Drive, Topeka

Formerly That Place, Abigail's Grill & Bar opened in November 2011. Owned by Frank and Abigail Saiya, Abigail's aims to be a neighborhood bar for South Topeka. With a menu that features breakfast all day with a southern twist (think comfort food), Abigail's will also have burgers and sandwiches to go along with a full bar.



Weller’s Grill & Bar

222 N.W. Independence, Topeka

Built as North Topeka’s only sports grill and bar, Weller’s TV sets offer 416 inches of viewing area. Owners, Jason Jennings and Richard Jennings have designed the place so there is “no bad seat in the house.”

Weller’s offers 10 beer selections on tap including micro-brews and a menu that includes steak, seafood, pasta, burgers and appetizers. Hours are 11 a.m. to midnight seven days a week.



Los Charros

4111 S.W. Gage Center Drive, Topeka

If you're a fan of delicious Mexican food and cheap margaritas, and who isn't really? Then Los Charros is the place for you.

The restaurant is nestled in the corner of the Gage Center shopping complex and is easily accessible from Gage Drive and Huntoon Street. Mouth-watering margaritas and an eye-catching bar area make it a perfect happy hour destination.



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.



El Maguey

2160 S.W. Wanamaker Road, Topeka

El Maguey is the first Topeka franchise of a regional restaurant chain, owned by Juan Jasso and Martin Leon and set to open this spring.

The bar area has several TV screens and a long, curved bar counter for patrons to sit down and enjoy a beer or margarita. “We want people to come in and eat, watch their favorite games and just feel at home,” Jasso said.



Blackbird Espresso Bar and Bistro

4025 S.W. 10th Ave., Topeka

At Blackbird Espresso Bar and Bistro in the Fleming Place shopping center, your favorite beers, wines, cocktails and coffee drinks are available in a laid-back atmosphere. The low-key vibe make this the polar opposite of a pulsing club or rowdy sports bar - perfect for intimate conversation or catching up with friends.



Casa Ramos Mexican Restaurant

837 S.W. Fairlawn Road, Topeka

Casa Ramos complements its authentic Mexican cuisine with 99-cent margaritas Monday through Friday and 99-cent Budweiser and Bud Light draws every day. The warm and friendly restaurant also serves some cocktails from its limited-service bar. (Updated 11.3.09)



Last Pocket

5009 S.W. 29th , Topeka

Last Pocket offers six pool tables and big-screen TVs. The quaint, hidden gem at S.W. 29th and Fairlawn has cocktails and cold beer, along with a snack bar. They also offer weekly pool tournaments and pool leagues. They have an ATM.



Speck's Bar and Grill

2105 SW Mission Ave., Topeka

Drop by early in the day and you might get to share a can of beer with one of the regulars who knew the bar's namesake, Franklin 'Benge' Speck. From behind a large horseshoe-shaped bar, Specks offers four beers on tap, liquors and coolers filled with both cans and bottles. Speck’s also has wireless internet, Keno and seven flat-screen TVs. For the hungry, Speck's offers a three-pound hamburger.



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