About Topeka Restaurant Week
FAQs for Diners
What is Topeka Restaurant Week?
Topeka Restaurant Week is an annual promotion that highlights local restaurants. Participating restaurants offer specially priced menus for lunch and/or dinner.
Are menus available online?
Lunch and Dinner menus are available on our website and promoted on Facebook. Menu items may be subject to change due to demand and availability. Confirm promotions with the restaurant you're visiting. Some restaurants may not provide menus until closer to the event.
Do I have to make reservations?
Reservations are suggested for RowHouse Restaurant and Top of the Tower. Reservations are not required for Blue Moose, The Burger Stand at College Hill, Cafe Holliday, KB Smokehouse & Norsemen Brewing Co, NOTO Burrito and Abuelita's Mexican Kitchen.
There's a restaurant I really want to be in Topeka Restaurant Week. How can I make it happen?
Tell the restaurant manager or owner about it, and have them request more information.
FAQs for Restaurants
How can my restaurant participate?
Registration for 2018 is now closed. If you want to be considered for 2019, send us an email and a member of our team will contact you with information about the application process.
Why do I have to apply?
Restaurants participating in Topeka Restaurant Week fit within a set of standards that help us ensure that the event is a consistent experience for locals and tourists. Standards include the price point, ratings, reviews, etc.
Is there a participation fee?
No, there isn't an annual fee for Topeka Restaurant Week. Our goal is to help increase tourism to Topeka, therefore increasing business for restaurants and helping them build their reputation. Some restaurants don't "need" promotion, but will still join in on Restaurant Week to help the Topeka restaurant community grow.
What do I need to offer if my restaurant want's to participate in Topeka Restaurant Week?
Your restaurant must offer a special Topeka Restaurant Week menu during the event dates from Feb 19th - 26th. You can offer lunch, dinner, or both. You don't have to include beverages, gratuities and taxes. Some restaurants will, however, create special drink menus to compliment their Restaurant Week menu.
Are there guidelines or program rules?
There are standards that are agreed to by participating restaurants prior to inclusion and promotion of Topeka Restaurant Week.
Go Back to Topeka Restaurant Week
Media and PR inquiries can be sent to Amy McCarter with the Greater Topeka Partnership.
For information on being a sponsor for restaurant week email Rosa Cavazos.