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Lake View Cafe

1 W Lake Rd
Farlington, KS 66734
(620) 362-3671
ksoutdoors.com/State-Parks/Locations/Crawford

Cafe with patio on the scenic banks of Farlington’s Lake Crawford. Hours change based on season. Live music Friday evening’s from May through September.

The marina has been a mainstay for Crawford State park for many years. Convenience items, bait, and ice are available. The restaurant offers excellent and affordable meals, which you can eat outside on the patio, or on a courtesy dock a short walk away. The swimming beach area, restrooms and playground are also a short walk away.

Several bird feeders are at the marina with seating for those who enjoy watching the birds eat and flit about. The Tit-mouse, Oriole, Cardinal and Humming Bird are some of the frequent flyers to the bird feeders.

Canadian geese wander about the area waiting for food, sold at the marina, and they too, enjoy a swim in the lake.

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.

Braum's Ice Cream & Dairy Store

515 S Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 232-5511
braums.com/stores/pittsburg-ks-store-217/

Braum’s is a great option if you’re in the mood for a convenient homestyle burger. Their iconic crinkle-cut fries are a burger’s best friend. Don’t 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!

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.

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.