Palluccas Market

207 E McKay St
Frontenac, KS 66763
(620) 231-7700
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Italian style grocery and deli, slicing up fresh deli meats/cheeses, and serving its well known Italian sausage and pastas.

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Pallucca and Sons Market was started in 1909 by Attillo Pallucca. Attillo, a native of Italy, started the store with Enrico Moriconi. Attillo eventually took over the entire store and in 1954 he sold the store to his son, Joe Pallucca. In 1959, Joe’s son, Dick, took over the store. Dick passed away in 2013 and the store sold to the current owners, Ethan and Alyssa Edwards, in 2014. After all these years, despite ownership changes, it’s still Palluca’s great recipes.

Pallucca’s is known for its homemade Italian sausage, fresh cut meats, family friendly environment, and exceptional customer service.

Napoli's Italian Restaurant

1301 N Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 232-9494

Who better to serve up a slice of pizza than a local italian eatery? Napoli’s dine-in restaurant offers 4 sizes of pizza, ranging from a 10 inch to 16 inch, with all your favorite toppings. Their veggie toppings are especially favored, and include green pepper, black olive, and anchovy.

His & Hers Bar & Grill

203 S Main
Walnut, KS 66780
(620) 354-6788
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This Walnut establishment is always one of our most raved about restaurants.

One frequent customer told us “I can bet that anyone not saying His and Hers (as best in the county), hasn’t ate there. I’ve ate at all the places on this list.”

Their dedicated following convinced us to try it out, and we were impressed by both the service and the food.

Owner Janice grills up cheeseburgers with all the extras, fish sandwiches, natural-cut french fries, jalapeno cheese balls, and more in front of you, conversing with customers as they watch TV.

It’s a homey and friendly place to congregate; you truly feel the small-town attention that Crawford County’s best locally-owned restaurants can give.

Harry's Cafe

412 N Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 232-2125

Known in the area for offering the best breakfast & lunch meals. Located in the middle of downtown Pittsburg, Harry’s Cafe has a reputation for serving some of the best pie in Southeast Kansas.

Built in 1897, the building has served as a furniture store, drugstore, and various restaurants, including from 1923-1944, and as Harry’s Cafe since 1961.

Chatters

2401 S Rouse St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 232-7277
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Pittsburg staple Chatters serves several specialty burgers that you’ve 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.

Bob's Grill

1014 N Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 232-9738

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.

Bob’s 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 Q’s and a drink, and you’ve got a solid meal.

Bender on 7

820 S Summit St
Girard, KS 66743
(620) 724-4860
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Girard’s 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 Q’s, crinkle-cut fries, or onion rings. Don’t miss some of the coldest beer in the area while you are there, or some battered mushrooms for an appetizer.