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Part of a popular local theme bars chain, The Peanut at Main Street is an unpretentious spot frequented by residents and tourists alike. Made famous by their legendary flavorsome bacon-lettuce-tomato subs and zesty chicken wings, The Peanut is arguably one of the best city spots to devour those crunchy wings in a chilled out atmosphere that almost spills onto a divey mood. The wholesome BLTs can be ordered as single or triple, while the waitstaff are friendly enough to provide extras like diced avocados, fried eggs and bacon. Do sample its classic chicken sandwiched made with seasoned chicken breast, red bell pepper, red onion and tossed with oodles of cream and Swiss cheese, presented on a fluffy burger bun.
Locally sourced, made in small batches with seasonal ingredients and Mid-west milk; it's no wonder that Glacé Artisan Ice Cream is as popular as it is. With an entire range of innovative flavors from Earl Gray Tea, Strawberry Balsamic, Salted Pretzel and Goat Cheese & Wildflower Honey, those less adventurous can stick to tried and tested favorites like Malted Milk, Peaches and cream and Peanut Butter Chocolate. Creamy texture and original flavors have people coming back for more to this tiny dessert shop. Next time you're craving a sweet treat, Glacé is a great option to try out.
Ever tried cooking up a scrumptious pot of fondue? At The Melting Pot you can do just that. Known for serving the best of fondue in town, this eatery also lets you test your culinary skills. Whisk up your own creation or sit back and enjoy a tantalizing menu they offer. Rich textured cheese and chocolate used in the recipes create a 'never-before' experience that is exclusive to this diner. Throw in a fresh salad and a signature concoction and get set to witness a tasteful dining.
Located at the Raphael Hotel, Chaz on the Plaza is a great choice for a sophisticated dining experience. The elegantly designed restaurant, with its mural of Plaza attractions and walnut finishes is perfectly suited for a quiet meal, and the live jazz and classical music enhance the appeal even further. The local fare is crafted from the best of the season's produce, and you can feast on delicacies like shallot-braised chicken breast and diver-caught scallops, followed by confections like the deconstructed berry parfait. There is also an extensive list of cocktails and wines for you to enjoy.
This BBQ shack has been featured on several national television shows because of the fact that its ribs, brisket and chili are some of the best in the country. Sandwiches come in your choice of brisket, pulled pork, turkey sausage, ham and burnt ends. Other items include specialty sandwiches, ribs and their famous three-bean chili, which is a luxurious stew topped with burnt ends. Woodyards is in Kansas, just over the border and if you can't make it out here, they also provide catering services.
Pizza 51 has kept the motif of the gas station it moved into with a huge sign out front, garage doors they open in the summer, and travel themed dishes like the Highway Special (pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, green peppers, onions, black olives). The pizza does travel, too, with delivery and take-out available. The important thing is that it doesn’t taste like gas station pizza. One giant slice of this deliciously crunchy, thin-crusted, New York style pizza is enough to feed two people. -Robin Sontheimer