Kansas September 15, 2015
These 10 Unique Restaurants In Kansas Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience
Are regular chain restaurants not cutting it for you anymore? Do you crave an atmosphere that is as unique as the food? If you answered yes to either of these, or if you’re searching for new places to try, you will want to visit these 10 unique Kansas restaurants.
1. Prairie Nut Hut (Altoona)
What appears on the outside to be a small town dive is actually one of the best places in Kansas to get Rocky Mountain Oysters, burgers and other deep fried goodness! While you're there, make sure to check the walls of pictures for any familiar faces!
2. T-Rex Cafe (Kansas City)
To be completely honest, the food isn't that great..but who cares when you're dining amongst (prehistoric) friends?!
3. Renaissance Cafe (Assaria)
Most people don't associate delicious Italian fare with 100-year-old gymnasiums, but the Renaissance Cafe is just that (and so much more)!
4. Renee Kelly's Harvest (Shawnee)
Dine like the royalty you are at the historic Caenan Castle!
5. Fritz's Railroad Restaurant (Kansas City)
I'm not sure who would be more excited about having a small train deliver food to our table; my toddler or me!
6. Stroud's Restaurant & Bar (Wichita)
What was once part of a working ranch is now home to some of the best fried chicken in the entire state!
7. Mad Jack's Fresh Fish (Kansas City)
The choice is yours: Do you want to purchase fresh seafood to take home and cook later or do you want to have the chefs at Jack's cook up your shellfish feast?
8. Hillsdale Bank Bar-B-Q (Hillsdale)
Don't let the building fool you; the historic bank is actually home to some of the best BBQ in the state!
9. Broadmoor Bistro (Overland Park)
At the Bistro, your gourmet meal is carefully crafted by the culinary students from the Broadmoor Technical Center.
10. Sommerset Hall Cafe (Dover)
What was once a general store and Lodge is now home to the greatest dessert this side of the Mississippi!
Which unique Kansas restaurant is your favorite?