The kitchen at KC's Too Bar and Grill never closes, meaning guests can stop in any time for a helping of familiar pub food such as burgers and pizza. But the menu also spices things up a bit with tacos, chicken-fried steak, and one particularly indulgent dish?two deep-fried, bacon-wrapped hot dogs. These savory eats pair with freshly poured pints and mixed drinks from the bar, which guests can sip as they catch a sporting event on the overhead TVs or shoot a round of pool. KC's also welcomes musicians into its no-frills atmosphere on live music nights.
The high-definition televisions at Emerson Biggin's aren?t entirely wall-to-wall?some slivers of exposed brick remain visible?but they come pretty close. Those TVs and projector screens stay tuned in to the day's biggest athletic competitions, from major UFC bouts to major league sports games to heated scrimmages between chess champions.
Patrons can even start a match of their own over at the sports bar's billiards table before biting into some of the kitchen's American comfort food. Here, cooks whip a variety of hearty eats, home-made fried flour tacos, loaded nachos with housemade salsa, and burgers spiced with cayenne pepper, jalape?os, and chipotle mayo. They also accommodate vegetarians with options such as handmade pizza crowned with sweet peppers, black olives, and mushrooms.
A new member to Wichita's Old Town entertainment district, Public at the Brickyard serves up simple yet unique dishes alongside a wide selection of craft beers. Burrowed on the bottom floor of a restored warehouse, the restaurant presents a vast amount of space in which to spread out, complete with thick pillars and exposed-brick walls. Amid Public's uncomplicated decor and clean layout, diners tackle homemade pickles, sliders, and other dishes infused with local ingredients.