Bring on your tastebuds this summer and explore South Central Kansas. Add “Seek out my new favorite eatery” to your calendar. From the beginning of your day to the end, you are sure to feel well-fed. Check out these must-try restaurants in Hesston, Newton, Greensburg and Lindsborg, Kansas.
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Start your early morning in Hesston with coffee, scones, and plenty of sweet treats at Hesston Bakery & Café. Open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday. This place has everything to satisfy your morning. Try their breakfast wraps paired with a fruit smoothie. Cinnamon rolls, coffee cake and muffins will surely cast a smile.
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Genova Italian Restaurant is known by its customers for many options, including tasty desserts. Enjoy homemade appetizers and specialty entrees the Italian way. You can check out all their specials and try the chef’s favorites. Fulfill your lunch break with homemade Italian bread knots with their special Mediterranean dipping oil. This restaurant you can’t pass up.
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Enjoy one of the best charcuterie boards in Kansas. Kook’s Meat is a locally owned deli in Greensburg. Sliced meat, fruit, crackers and cheese, these boards hit different. Homemade pies with nightly specials, this restaurant has it all. Greensburg is known for its annual Greensburg Triangle Rodeo in May, which is more of a reason to visit.
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We hope you left room for dinner. End your day feeling like a king or queen at Crown and Rye in Lindsborg. Enjoy a steak dinner with amazing sides. Check out Köttbullar, a new Swedish meatball dish recently added to the menu. Other Swedish-inspired dishes include stuffed cabbage rolls called Kåldolmar and a potato sausage called Värmlandskorv. This fancy restaurant won’t disappoint.
So, what do you say?
Let’s have some culinary fun this summer. Check out many food options, including Hesston Bakery and Café, Genova Italian Restaurant, Kook’s Meat, and last but certainly not least, Crown and Rye.
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