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Hot Pockets

1909 NE Seward Ave, Topeka

The pool hall also serves bar food, such as cheese sticks, fries and hamburgers. This is a neighborhood bar that allows minors in until 8 p.m. Sharon Suwalski has owned the bar for three years. She previously ran a different bar in North Topeka for 10 years.



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.



Whiplash

2107 S.E. California Ave., Topeka

Whiplash is a laid-back place where nearby residents and people who used to live in the area kick back with drinks. 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.



Jeremiah Bullfrogs Bar & Grille

2940 SW Wanamaker Rd, #130, Topeka

Jeremiah Bullfrogs is a great place to watch sports in Topeka. Enjoy the friendly atmosphere with lots of space for your whole group to enjoy the big game.



Brass Rail Tavern

401 NE Emmett St, Topeka

The bar was established at the end of prohibition in the historic Oakland neighborhood. Owner Robert Stevens says he serves the coldest beer and the best barbeque in town, plus free popcorn. The courtyard, finished in 2008, allows for big parties and live music once a month. It's a cool, laid-back neighorhood bar. Nice people find a home here, Stevens said.



Terry's Bar & Grill

522 S.W. 6th Ave., Topeka

You never know who you'll run into at Terry's -- the kind of place where legislators and judges dine next to construction workers and pipe fitters as journalists watch. It's lively, smoky and unpretentious. Yet, it's friendly in that "Cheers" sort of way. A comfortable place to kick back with a pitcher of domestic beer and take in the scene.



Oscar's

1424 S.W. Lane St., Topeka

Oscar's is one of the original College Hill bars. It has daily drink and food specials, serving burgers, fries, roast beef, and mashed potatoes and gravy. College students hang out here, but a number of older regulars also frequent Oscar's.



The Spot Tavern

2202 S.W. Buchanan St., Topeka

Nothing extravagant here. Just a dependable watering hole where Bud, Bud Light, Miller Light and Pabst Blue Ribbon (all 3.2 beer) is served from behind a 20-foot long wood bar. Early hours make it a good place for shift-workers to kick back after a long night of work. But you also might run across students from nearby Washburn University who are blowing off steam after a test.



Ichabod Laundra Bar

1501 S.W. 21st, Topeka

The only place in town where you can kick back with a cold one while your clothes run through the cold cycle. The Ichabod Laundra Bar, around since 1988, is a unique place to wash clothes and drink beer. New owner Jason McDaneld hopes to improve and expand the bar in the future. Change for laundry available. The place has more than a dozen washers and driers in different sizes.



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.



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