Pittsburg staple Chatters serves several specialty burgers that youve got to try. Bacon lovers will rejoice over the Heavenly Bacon, with an advertised mountain of bacon gracing the burger. Chatters also serves a fresh Spicy Black Bean burger with provolone cheese, lettuce, and tomato on a jalapeno cheddar bun.
Saddle up at this one of a kind ranch-themed coffee shop. Saddle bar stools lets you feel like you’re riding a horse while enjoying your hot java. With drink flavors unavailable elsewhere in the Four States, sizes are Calf, Heifer, Cow & Bull. This family hangout spot is also a small country store with favorite lines: Myra Bags, Milk Bottle Co. Candles, Wind & Willow Dips, The Naked Bee Cosmetics & much more.
Calvins Catering was started by Calvin Jones, and has been a successful catering business for 10 years. Calvins Catering specialty is barbecue. Our meats are slow smoked using Cherry wood. In addition to barbecue, we provide an assortment of good food and service to meet the special needs of our customers.
Our staff is highly trained to help make your experience the best it can be.
Calvins Catering offers complete catering for party planning and specialized menus. We cater for weddings, wedding rehearsal dinners, banquets, picnics, conventions, corporate functions, house parties, seminars, class reunions, church functions, retirement parties, holiday functions, office parties, etc. No function is to small or large.
Braums is a great option if youre in the mood for a convenient homestyle burger. Their iconic crinkle-cut fries are a burgers best friend. Dont forget about their Junior Bag of Burgers: five 1/6 lb. Junior Burgers for the makings of a family meal (or to satisfy a single, hungry college student). Make sure to grab a shake or banana split for dessert!
401 N Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Incorporates the elements of a classic neighborhood bar in a chic, luxurious way, while serving up a mouth-watering menu of Modern American fare. One of Pittsburg’s newest restaurants, Brick + Mortar is a featured restaurant in Block 22. The name “Block 22” ties to the city’s rich heritage of entrepreneurs and business pioneers, with four historic properties having been renovated to feature residential, commercial, dining, and entertainment spaces. 51 blocks were originally platted by the city’s forefathers, and Block 22 of the original map included the Opera House Hotel at the centrally located intersection of 4th and Broadway.
Its just you and a few hundred of your rowdiest friends watching the big game on the biggest screens in the casino. The Bronco Bar is the place to be if you want front row seats to every major sporting event on the calendar and the hottest live entertainment. For any fan of sports or bars, the Bronco Bar is sure to be the most popular local watering hole.
Hours: Open daily at 11AM. Late Night Food Menu:Sunday-Thursday: 9PM – 1AM, Fri & Sat: 10PM – 1AM.
1014 N Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Bob’s Grill is a well-known destination for many local sports fans. The walls of this popular diner feature sports paraphernalia from high schools and colleges throughout Southeast Kansas. Autographed photos of area sports legends adorn the walls. Beyond the great atmosphere, Bob’s features some of the best grilled Midwest favorites.
Bobs Grill serves the quintessential diner cheeseburger: one (or two, or even three) juicy beef patty garnished with cheese, onions, pickles, and mustard. We encourage you to throw on a couple pieces of bacon for the full experience. Get a basket and add homemade french fries or Suzie Qs and a drink, and youve got a solid meal.
A restaurant has been on this location since 1946, and it’s been “Bob’s Grill” since Bob Maier purchased and remodeled it in 1964.
Live bands every Friday and Saturday night, provides a family friendly dining experience in a casual atmosphere. Family-owned and operated since 1951.
Known for their fried chicken, Bartos also serves great burgers at their Frontenac location. Burgers come topped with pickles and can be ordered with any of Bartos regular sides – onion rings, fries, potato salad, cole slaw, and more. Another tip is to get a burger as a side to your fried chicken: the best of both options at Bartos.
Girards new Bender on 7 serves what they call a Bender Burger. The name itself is great, but so is the burger; get it with cheese and bacon, and add a huge side of crispy Suzy Qs, crinkle-cut fries, or onion rings. Dont miss some of the coldest beer in the area while you are there, or some battered mushrooms for an appetizer.
Downtown Pittsburgs 5th Street Bar & Grill boasts a variety of burgers on their daily menu. The fan favorite is the 1106er, served with grilled onion, cheese, pickle, mustard, and ketchup for $6.75 (only $6 with a side as the Wednesday special). 5th Street also serves an Inferno Burger (seasoned with Cayenne pepper, served with jalapenos and your choice of hot sauce), Cowboy Burger, Mushroom Swiss, Breakfast Burger, California Burger, and a Mexican Burger. Thats one for every day of the week!