Opt for a classic caprese sandwich or venture out of your comfort zone at Quiznos — this Lenexa sandwich shop satisfies any stomach.
Quiznos has easy parking nearby for diners who wish to drive.
With prices so reasonable, our menu will seem like a full buffet. Eat like a king at Quiznos.
So if you are in the mood for a great sandwich loaded with topping, pay Quiznos a visit.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
I am Romana Kryzanowska–certfied and have 25 years of experience teaching Pilates. I also have 17 years of teaching Gyrotonic. I rehabilitated myself back from a near-fatal illness and have much success doing the same for others. With my background, I work with all fitness levels.
Exercise is challenging. How do you keep clients motivated and engaged?
By keeping clients continually improving their strength and flexibility and learning how to improve their weaknesses.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
To help others.
What do you love most about your job?
Helping others and making exercise fun.
Dressing up the traditional sandwich, Subway is a go-to lunch spot.
Eating right doesn't have to be hard. Head to Subway for a healthy or gluten-free meal.
If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead.
Through their catering service, Subway can also set out a delicious spread for your next party.
Driving is all about convenience, and we get that. With spaces available, we'll help speed up your night.
Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Subway since it offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
A well-made sandwich works for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. So, during any time of the day, you can make your way over to Subway.
Since it first opened in 1969, Wendy’s has been known for its square-shaped, never-frozen burger patties. When asked why the patties are square, founder Dave Thomas once ad-libbed that Wendy’s doesn’t cut corners. The quip came off the cuff, but there’s truth to it. Wendy’s burgers are served straight off the grill, not from under a heat lamp. Its salads are made fresh daily, and its dressings don’t contain preservatives. This commitment to quality has helped it remain the world’s third-largest quick-service hamburger company, with more than 6,500 restaurants around the globe.
Opt for a classic caprese sandwich or venture out of your comfort zone at Subway — this delicious sandwich shop satisfies any stomach.
In the mood for a healthy meal? Check out Subway for some great gluten-free dishes.
Drivers will love the easy parking options just steps away from Subway.
Subway has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.
Between their slices of bread, Subway masterfully creates the best sandwiches around.
Old Shawnee Pizza in Lenexa is known for its tasty eats.
Outdoor seating is ready for diners on those warm summer days.
Getting online is easy with Old Shawnee Pizza's free and convenient wifi.
Old Shawnee Pizza tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience.
Delivery and carryout are easy options for those interested in staying home.
Save time and money with nearby parking options at Old Shawnee Pizza.
At Old Shawnee Pizza, bikers can lock their bikes safely outside.
Taste the greatness Old Shawnee Pizza is serving up with meals around $30.
The most well-known Kansas City restaurants are Kansas City BBQ restaurants. Kansas City barbecue is loosely defined by super-slow-smoked meats, fragrant wood, and thick, sweet, molasses-based sauces. Kansas City can also lay claim to a barbecue delicacy that’s taking the entire country by storm: burnt ends, a much sought-after scrap.One Man’s Scraps…In the formative days of Kansas City barbecue, pitmasters would trim off and set aside brisket’s overcooked ends after smoking the meat. Full of fat and given a crisp char, these pieces were hardly ever served; most were saved for the chef or given away in restaurants as scrap meat. It was food writer Calvin Trillin’s (perhaps tongue-in-cheek) rhapsody that many say ignited the city’s love for this throwaway meat:"I dream of those burned edges. Sometimes, when I'm in some awful, overpriced restaurant in some strange town, trying to choke down some three-dollar hamburger that tastes like a burned sponge, a blank look comes over me: I have just realized that at that very moment, someone in Kansas City is being given those burned edges free."The Anatomy of a BrisketTo understand where burnt ends come from, it’s important to understand the brisket. The brisket is made up of two parts, the flat and the point, with a layer of fat between them. The flat is leaner and therefore cooks faster, while the point is marbled with streaks of fat and connective tissue that, under low and slow heat, give it a succulent, melt-in-your-mouth texture and taste. So, ironically, the traits that made chefs toss brisket’s point meat are the same ones that make it an irresistibly delicious part of Kansas City barbecue today.How They’re MadeTo cook burnt ends the way they were originally made, simply trim the point ends after smoking the brisket, cube them, and serve them under a swathe of smoky-sweet barbecue sauce. Other chefs season and further cook the point end after smoking to ensure the fat renders properly. Still others smoke and chop up the flat and point together and refer to it as burnt ends, although this mixture can sometimes end up with too-dry sections of meat.How They’re ServedA traditional burnt-ends platter includes the ends piled atop a slice or two of white bread, covered in sauce, and served alongside southern-style baked beans. However, chefs have been known to use the ends as you might use bacon: as a savory, filling garnish in sandwiches, baked beans, gumbo, mac and cheese, and more.Where to Get SomePlenty of places to eat in Kansas City serve up amazing burnt ends. Here are just a few:Arthur Bryant’s: Trillin wrote his homage to burnt ends about this KC institution; today, the kitchen makes burnt-end sandwiches using both the flat and the point.Gates Bar-B-Q: Gates uses just the point to make craveable, fatty burnt-end sandwiches.LC’s Bar-B-Q: Diners at LC’s dig into the classic iteration: white bread, barbecue sauce, and baked beans.Rye: Though not a barbecue joint, Rye makes burnt ends from the whole brisket before serving it atop sourdough and with a sidecar of pickled celery.Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue: This KC-area chain breaks the mold by crafting burnt ends from ham and pork in addition to the traditional beef variety.