Previously an old bank, Tellers restaurants was remolded to a bistro. Keeping some of its old attributes intacted, Tellers has lovely wood tables and ceiling fans and tile floors. The open kitchen and seating arrangement create a special dinning experience. The food however, has yet to be perfected. Portions are relatively unworthy for their prices and tend be either overpowering or simply dull.
The dim lighting and fresh savory food creates an intimate setting for get togethers ranging from very casual to the very special and formal. The dcor resembles that of a vineyard with terraces overhead. The portions are reasonable and include unlimited breadsticks. Prices are reasonable and they have great lunch specials.
If you are sick of delivery and want to try some good pizza to sit down and eat than this is your place. They specialize in large thinly sliced pizzas. Just one will fill you up and runs around $3 or $4. This establishment is very clean and you with their TVs you can come by and watch the game too
For a little bit of money you can eat as much as you want at Ci Cis Pizza. They have a $3.99 buffet everyday that contains pizza, pasta, salad, and deserts. If you have kids they have an arcade room to play pinball or other games that you can win prizes. The cinnamon rolls are the best thing Ive ever tasted.
Dunkin Donuts is a rare place to find anymore. This Dunkin Donuts is open 24-hours and always has fresh donuts on hand. You can eat in or go through the drive-thru. If going after 2 am prepare to wait because Lawrence is a college town so when bars close the drunks get hungry. They not only serve donuts, but breakfast sandwiches and good lattes.
At the Burger King in Lawrence they have the best special ever; a whopper and a medium fry for $1.99. You cant beat that with a stick. They also have a daily special on one of the value meals each day. This Burger King is open 24 hours a day. They also have a new breakfast sandwich that is very tasty but not very healthy.
Steak n Shake us a restaurant that brings you back to the 60s. They specialize in burgers and good shakes. You may dine in or take advantage of their drive-thru. The prices are higher than most drive-thru restaurants. You can usually find coupons in the Sunday paper that usually save you a buck or two. Coupons are often present on KU basketball tickets.
Tanners is a bar that serves wonderful food like burgers and chicken lips. The impressive thing is all the big screen TVs. There are three big screens and at least 15 other TVs. Prices compare to that of Applebees or Chilis. Tanners is filled with old jerseys and other sports replicas. They have daily specials on food and drinks. They carry many different kinds of alcoholic beverages from all over the world.
Culvers is a newer restaurant in the area that originated from Wisconsin. There well known for their butter burgers. Prices are similar to that of Burger King and McDonalds. Theres also a drive thru, but there is a wait because your burger is freshly prepared. Culvers is well known for there great ice cream and their daily flavors.
Predominately serve Mexican food. Dcor is an ensemble of lizard pictures and Mexican inspired decorations. There appears to be no tangible list of alcoholic beverages. The portions are reasonable and prices range from moderate to high. The cuisine is flavorful and hot but took longer to be served than preferred.