Two Brothers Mining Company

1275 S, US 69
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 240-4462
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Kansas Crossing Casino’s Two Brothers Mining Company restaurant boasts an impressive lineup of burgers, including the White Cheddar and BBQ Bacon Cheeseburgers. All burgers are two- 4 oz patties of premium Midwest brisket and served on brioche buns with a side of french fries. Two Brothers Mining Co. is the perfect spot to eat while enjoying the casino’s 625 slots or the night’s live entertainment.

When post-Prohibition miners looked to let off a little steam, they turned to the Collier brothers. As lifelong miners, the brothers opened a tavern to cater to their buddies after a hard day in the pits. It was gritty. It was loud. It was full of good music and laughter and great food. They were third generation miners, but as it turns out mining wasn’t all they knew — food and fun was in their blood.

Two Brothers Mining Company is a great place to take a break and enjoy amazing food & drinks with friends, family, or complete strangers. Our full menu includes staples of the Collier brothers’ era, as well as many of today’s favorites.

Hours
Sunday through Thursday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday & Saturday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The Pink Pickle

304 W Saint John St
Girard, KS 66743
(620) 724-4600

The Pink Pickle is a rocking, eclectic bar and grill in Girard serving up fantastic cheeseburgers and other popular grill items. A hearty helping of Suzy Q’s is their perfect sidekick to a well-made burger. Their unique atmosphere (hint: It’s a lot of pink) and karaoke every other Friday makes for a fun evening outing.

Pittsburg Memorial Auditorium & Convention Center

503 N Pine St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-7827

Old meets new in this historic 1925 theater with modern amenities. Check our website for upcoming theater productions, ballets, vendor events and art exhibits.

The Memorial Auditorium & Convention Center is truly a community center providing an attractive, state of the art venue for the performing arts as well as a pleasant place to have a private gathering, fundraisers, meetings, small conventions, wedding receptions and more.

Pickled Pete's Bar & Grill

303 E McKay St
Frontenac, KS 66763
(620) 231-3391

A friendly bar and grill in the heart of Frontenac, Pickled Pete’s serves traditional hamburger and cheeseburger baskets with your choice of fries, tots, or onion rings. The restaurant has been a Frontenac favorite since it opened in 1996 and is a proud supporter of Raider athletics. Come in Friday’s before the high school football game to fill up before the game!

Kansas Crossing Casino

1275 S. Highway 69
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 240-4400
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Featuring the newest and hottest slot machines, 16 gaming tables, a 123-room Hampton Inn and Suites®, restaurant, and an entertainment complex, Kansas Crossing has everything you need and want. Just a short trip from Oklahoma, Missouri, and Arkansas, located at the junction of U.S. Highways 69 and 400 in Southeast Kansas outside of Pittsburg.

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.

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.

Bronco Bar

1275 S, US 69
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 240-4400
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It’s 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.

Barto's Idle Hour

201 Santa Fe St
Frontenac, KS 66763
(620) 232-9813
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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, Barto’s also serves great burgers at their Frontenac location. Burgers come topped with pickles and can be ordered with any of Barto’s 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 Barto’s.

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.

5th Street Bar & Grill

111 W 5th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 232-2446
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Downtown Pittsburg’s 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. That’s one for every day of the week!