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305 East Chestnut, Junction City, KS, US, 66441

  • Phone: (785) 784-5106
  • Fax: (785) 223-4272
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4.8 out of 5 (88 reviews)
99% of guests recommend this hotel

Bars & Cafes

»Xcalibur Club

In the little town of Junction City one can imagine that being 'different' maybe quite a challenge. Whether that state of 'different' is being gay, lesbian, overweight, or whatever, the Xcalibur Club is here to welcome all. Opened primarily to serve as a hangout for the local gay and lesbian community, the club welcomes anyone looking to have a free and fun-filled evening. On offer are scintillating drinks, entertaining events and groovy music. So do check the website for more information and to plan your visit.

384 Grant Avenue
Junction City, KS 66441

»4 Olives Restaurant and Wine Bar

Without a doubt, 4 Olives Restaurant and Wine Bar would be your best bet to enjoy a good meal with some excellent wine. A proud display of over 800 bottles leaves you stunned and confused about what to order. That's where the excellent service staff will help you figure out what you want. From the food menu, must orders would be Blue Crab Dip, Grilled Filet Mignon with Portobello Ragout, and the Baked Lobster Ravioli. A Kids menu is also available. Reservations are highly recommended.

3033 Anderson Avenue
Manhattan, KS 66503

»Auntie Mae's Parlor

During 1929, when the entire city of Manchester was reeling under the effects of the Great Depression, Dora Mae realized the need for a pub. Everyone around needed a drink to relax and wane away all the worries. Soon word passed and locals started heading here for a pint or two. During the Prohibition era, she operated the pub from the basement of a building. In 1974, the Auntie Mae's Parlor was reopened as a tribute to the lady who provided the much needed respite during Prohibition era. Today, it continues this lineage and serves excellent drinks to one and all. Apart from that, it also hosts fun events like live music concerts and trivia quizzes.

616 North 12th Street
Manhattan, KS 66502
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