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Manhattan Kansas / The Little Apple速

A 2013 publication of the Manhattan Convention & Visitors Bureau


Welcome to Manhattan! We are home to the Kansas State University Wildcats, The Flint Hills Discovery Center, AZA accredited Sunset Zoo, Tuttle Creek State Park, Konza Prairie, and neighbor to Fort Riley, home of the legendary 1st Infantry Division, “The Big Red One.” Rooted in traditions of hospitality and excited for the future, The Little Apple® strives to make you feel at home. Shop our stores, play in our outdoors, applaud our performing arts and cheer at Big 12 sporting events. In Manhattan, the experience is not just what you see and do, but how we treat you when you’re here, and the people you meet along the way. Let us know how we can help! Interact with us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube.

Table of Contents 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .History 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Attractions 10 or 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Culture 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outdoors 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Shopping 24 & 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Manhattan City Map 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Education 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lodging 36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dining 42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Follow a Great Scenic Road 45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Religious Directory 46 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Community Info

Approximate driving time to Manhattan from: Abilene, KS . . .30 min Dallas, TX . . . .8 hours Denver, CO . . .8 hours Kansas City, MO 2 hours Lincoln, NE . .2 hours

Oklahoma City, OK . .5 hours Omaha, NE . . . . . . . . .3 hours St. Louis, MO . . . . . . . .6 hours Topeka, KS . . . . . . . . . .1 hour Wichita, KS . . . . . . . . .2.5 hours

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PLEASE NOTE: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this Visitors Guide. You may visit our website at www.visitmanhattanks.org for an up-to-date listing of events, or call the sponsor listed before making final plans to attend. Any reproduction in whole or in part without written permission of the Manhattan Convention & Visitors Bureau is prohibited. Copyright © 2013.

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History

Just like a great book you can’t put down, Manhattan history is a real page-turner! Kansas has always been a free state, ever since abolitionist pioneers arrived in 1855 to tackle the prairie and put down roots. A steamboat named the Hartford ran aground here. The name, Manhattan, was agreed upon by its passengers and we’ve been making history ever since.

Notice as you drive around town that Bluemont Ave. turns into Anderson Ave. Kansas State University was first known as, Bluemont College. The adjacent road was named after the campus, and as a tribute to the University’s second president, John Anderson, the roadway was adjusted in order to bear that name as well. KSU was the first land-grant university in the nation!


Did you know that inside of Harry’s restaurant, there are marble walls about 7 feet tall that serve as a marker of how high flood waters reached in 1951? How about taking a trip to visit the original limestone benches at Sunset Zoo? Did you know they were put in place by the Works Progress Administration and unearthed again in 2012 for an exhibit renovation?


History Riley County Historical Museum Read diaries of pioneers, view old photographs, and learn about the founding of Manhattan and Kansas State University. 2309 Claflin Road, (785) 565-6490 www.rileycountyks.gov/museum

Hartford House Brought to Manhattan by early settlers in 1855, it’s been restored and refabricated. The original cabin was brought on the Hartford Steamboat. 2309 Claflin Road, (785) 565-6490

Goodnow House State Historical Site Walk through a limestone farmhouse built by hand. View domestic life in the 1800s as seen by Manhattan Founder Isaac Goodnow. 2309 Claflin Road, (785) 565-6490, www.kshs.org Wolf House Museum Can you imagine cultivating the prairie into a town? Visit the Wolf House Museum to see how pioneers brought urban culture to the Manhattan area in 1868. 630 Freemont St., (785) 565-6490, www.rileycountyks.gov Pioneer Log Cabin 19th century prairie life was no walk in the park. Find out how different things used to be with live demonstrations. (By appointment, or Sunday afternoons in summer). Manhattan City Park, 11th Street and Poyntz Avenue, (785) 565-6490 Kansas State University Established in 1863, “Kansas State Agricultural College” was the first land-grant college under the Morrill Act. Anderson and N. Manhattan Avenues, (785) 532-6318 Riley County Historical Society Have questions on area history? Let the genealogical society help you. (785) 565-6490, www.rileychs.com The Little Apple®

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Attractions

It’s Kansas- and we KNOW weather here- it changes! From the appropriately seasonal to the out of the ordinary; and the gorgeous to the “woke up on the wrong side of the bed.” With all four seasons rather prevalent in this area, Manhattan quite capably keeps you entertained regardless of the weather outside. Interactive cultural attractions like the Flint Hills Discovery Center engage the young and old alike. Just outside the doors of the Flint Hills Discovery Center lies the Blue Earth Plaza. This new city park will delight your senses with shooting fountains, musical interludes, a meandering stream, colored lights, a fireplace and more; just be soothed. Sunset Zoological Park winds in and out among exotic animals, beautiful landscaping and the Flint Hills. City Park entertains with trails, pools, splash parks, an ice skating rink, tennis courts and more! Between public parks, nearby Tuttle Creek State Park, the Konza Prairie Biological Station, and K-State icons like McCain Auditorium, there is always something to do in Manhattan. Whether you just need to burn some energy, or are looking for a full educational trip, we’ve got you covered.


Attractions Manhattan Parks and Recreation – Outdoor opportunities abound in Manhattan’s 21 parks. City Park features a splash park, playground, and a new pool complex complete with slides and a surf pool. Offices at 1101 Freemont, (785) 587-2757, www.cityofmhk.com/parks

Flint Hills Discovery Center - An interactive cultural experience, the Flint Hills Discovery Center will take visitors below ground, and through the rolling hills of the last major stand of tallgrass prairie in the world. Architecture, exhibits and artwork represent the pure beauty of the Flint Hills. (785) 587-2726, www.flinthillsdiscovery.org

Sunset Zoo – AZA accredited Sunset Zoo maintains a diverse animal collection and beautiful gardens throughout the grounds. Stroll the paths of Sunset Zoo and learn about the conservation of unique and treasured animal species. 2333 Oak Street, (785) 587-2737 www.sunsetzoo.com

Kansas State Gardens – A meticulously maintained horticultural display, the grounds feature a rose garden, fountains, lined pathways and peaceful benches. The Gardens are managed by the K-State Department of Horticulture. 1500 Denison Avenue, (785) 532-3271 www.ksre.ksu.edu/ksugardens Kansas State Insect Zoo – Located just off the KState Gardens, the Insect Zoo allows you to get up close and personal with the creepy crawlies you don’t take the time to get to know in real life. 1500 Denison Ave. (785) 532-2847 www.k-state.edu/butterfly Konza Prairie - 8,800 acres of tallgrass prairie are managed by the Konza Prairie Biological Station and Research Park, just 6 miles out of Manhattan. Hiking trails of 2.5, 4.4, or 6 miles take visitors deep into Flint Hills awash in prairie plant life, bison, white-tailed deer, quail, and much more. Backpacker Magazine named the public trails one of the top 100 day hikes in the country. Located on McDowell Creek Road. (785) 587-0381 http://kpbs.konza.ksu.edu Linear Park Trail – This 9-mile trail loops in and out of Manhattan, and is ideal for walking, jogging or biking. No charge. Manhattan Parks and Recreation - (785) 587-2757 www.cityofmhk.com The Little Apple®

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13450 Chapman Rd. St. George, KS 66535 (785) 494-2707 blakjak@wamego.net

Located in the scenic Black Jack Hills just minutes from Manhattan and Wamego 10 miles East of Manhattan, 4 miles West of Wamego on HWY 24 and South on Vineyard Road.

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Banquet Facility - Seating 250 Catering On/Off Site Complete Bar Service Unique Rustic Setting Historical

Experience life and enjoy cowboy poetry on a historic Kansas ranch in the scenic Flint Hills.

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Only 5 minutes from Manhattan Guest house available Call to schedule your event

Hail & Farewells - Reunions Weddings - Holidays - Anniversaries Graduations - Receptions Your Special Event Fully Heated & Air Conditioned

2103 Zeandale Rd (785) 539-7899

Thursday Restaurant Night 5-9 p.m.

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A family-focused interactive learning center exploring the science and history of the Flint Hills.

Admission Rates: Adults: $9 Military, Students & Seniors (65+): $7 Youth: $4 (Ages 2-7) Infants under 2: Free 315 S. 3rd Street, Manhattan (785) 587-2726

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Hours: Labor Day - Memorial Day Mon-Wed: 10am-5pm Thurs: 10am-8pm Fri-Sat: 10am-5pm Sun: Noon-5pm Memorial Day - Labor Day Mon-Thurs: 10am-8pm Fri-Sat: 10am-5pm Sun: Noon-5pm

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Culture Kansas is big sky, vast fields and wide open roads. This works strongly in Manhattan’s favor as a popular stop for many international performance artists, gallery displays, and researchers find themselves in The Little AppleŽ. Did you know we have the oldest commercial art gallery in the state? Multiple theaters? A working arts & humanities coalition? We also host the Midwest’s largest country music festival at the end of June every year- Country Stampede. We have culture on every corner of Manhattan, in many different forms. So lend us your attention, your ears, your hat, your clapping hands and prepare to be amazed!


Culture Kicker Country Stampede - The largest four-day country music festival in the Midwest brings fans from across the country, and across the world. The hottest stars in country music will entertain thousands of attendees June 27-30, at Tuttle Creek State Park. (800) 795-8091, (785) 539-2222 www.countrystampede.com AHA! Manhattan – Manhattan’s working arts & humanities coalition provides information on what to do and where to go to find your own “AHA! Moment” in The Little Apple®. www.ahamanhattan.com Arts in the Park – Treasure the performing arts with this summer concert series. Weekly performances take place in City Park at the Larry Norvell Band Shell, June through August. 11th and Leavenworth Streets, (785) 587-2757 www.cityofmhk.com Historic Costume and Textile Museum – View changing exhibits that emphasize historic dress, artifacts, dolls and materials. 338 Justin Hall, K-State Campus, (785) 532-1328 www.humec.ksu.edu/museum McCain Auditorium – The McCain Performance Series features famed musicians, artists, dancers, and performers from around the globe. 211 McCain Auditorium, K-State Campus, (785) 532-6428. www.ksu.edu/mccain Manhattan Arts Center – Home to a theatrical performance series, an acoustic music series, two art galleries, and art education. 1520 Poyntz Avenue, (785) 537-4420, www.manhattanarts.org Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art – Home to the largest collection of Kansas and regional artists, the museum features five separate galleries and a regular schedule of traveling exhibits. 14th Street and Anderson Avenue, (785) 532-7718, www.beach.k-state.edu

Nichols Theatre – Located in Nichols Hall, the theatre hosts a performance series each year for K-State productions. The building houses the KSU Theatre and Dance Department. 129 Nichols Hall, K-State, (785) 532-6875 www.cstd.ksu.edu/theatre Strecker-Nelson Gallery – The oldest commercial art gallery in Kansas presents an ever-changing calendar of art exhibits, featuring works in all medias by nationally-acclaimed regional artists. 406 1/2 Poyntz Avenue, (785) 537-2099. www.streckernelsongallery.com


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Outdoors It’s an outdoor extravaganza in our part of the world! Fortunately for us, those involved in the history and making of Manhattan noticed our natural treasures. Long ago steps were taken to preserve and cherish them. 8,600 acres of Tallgrass Prairie lay to our south while the second largest body of water in the state, Tuttle Creek Lake and the rest of Tuttle Creek State Park lay to our north, covering 12,500 acres of water, 100 miles of rugged shoreline, and 1,200 acres of park. Annual hunting brings hunters from across the United States to hunt turkey, waterfowl and deer. Find a historic hangout such as, Pillsbury Crossing. Outdoor adventures for all types await. All are easily accessible from The Little Apple®. In addition to traditional camping, hunting, hiking and general exploring, Manhattan proudly features a nearby off-road park, trap-shooting park and multiple disc golf courses. Like the water? Rent a canoe or kayak. Need a jog? Run on Linear Trail. Did you bring your jeep or 4-wheeler? Head out of town to the off-road park. In Manhattan we want to share all the fun things there are to do around here. We want you to come back and bring your friends. Above all else, we encourage you to get your hands dirty, and experience Manhattan hands on. Ever visit your grandparent’s farm as a kid? Or have a cousin who always had a calf to show at the fair? One of Manhattan’s most unique attractions are our working ranches. Allow us to set up tours for you to reminisce, or share part of your childhood with the family!

Any of these ideas sound insanely fun to you? Call or email us at the Convention & Visitors Bureau. We can direct you to places mentioned, give you maps, and clarify questions. (785) 776-8829 or cvb@manhattan.org


Outdoors Golf Colbert Hills Golf Course 5200 Colbert Hills Dr, (785) 776-6475 www.colberthills.com Stagg Hill Golf Club 4441 Fort Riley Blvd, (785) 539-1041 www.stagghillgolfclub.com Wildcat Creek Golf & Fitness 800 Anneberg Circle, (785) 539-7529 www.wildcatgolfandfitness.com

Bowling K-State Student Union Recreation Center 908 K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6562 www.union.k-state.edu Little Apple Lanes 515 Richards Dr, (785) 539-0371 www.littleapplelanes.com

Parks Frank Anneberg/Twin Oaks Sports Complex 3801 Anderson Ave, (785) 587-2799 www.cityofmhk.com

Tuttle Creek State Park 5800 A RiverPond (785) 539-7941 www.ksoutdoors.com Tuttle Creek Trap Shooting Park 6364 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 539-4392 www.firearmsandtrapguns.com Tuttle Creek Spillway Cycle Area and ORV Area 5020 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 539-8511 www.nwk.usace.army.mil/

Ahearn Field House Kansas State University, (785) 532-1718 www.kstatesports.com Bill Snyder Family Stadium 1800 College Ave, (785) 532-7606 www.kstatesports.com Bramlage Coliseum 1800 College Ave, (785) 532-7600 www.kstatesports.com City Auditorium 1101 Poyntz Ave, (785) 587-4596 wwww.cityofmhk.com

Body First Tennis & Fitness Center 3615 Claflin Rd, (785) 776-6060 www.bodyfirst.com

Eisenhower Baseball Complex 798 Walters Dr, (785) 587-2716 www.cityofmhk.com

Griffith Field 620 S. 11th St, (785) 587-2722 www.cityofmhk.com

K-State Recreational Services 101 Peters Recreation Complex, (785) 532-6980 recservices.k-state.edu

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Ahearn Natatorium Kansas State University, (785) 532-1718 www.recservices.k-state.edu/pools/ Cico Pool 3309 Robinson, (785) 587-2711 www.cityofmhk.com City Pool in City Park, (785) 587-2710 www.cityofmhk.com Northview Pool 510 Griffith Dr, (785) 587-2713 www.cityofmhk.com

Spectator Sports

City Park 1101 Fremont St, (785) 587-2757 www.cityofmhk.com

Lud Fiser Youth Sports Complex (CiCo Park), 3221 Kimball Ave, (785) 587-2724 www.cityofmhk.com

Pools

Tointon Family Stadium 1800 College Ave, (785) 587-7920 www.kstatesports.com

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Agritourism Lazy T Ranch – See what life is like on a historic family ranch. Hear cowboy poetry, take hayrack rides, enjoy chuck wagon suppers, and view the scenic Flint Hills. 2103 Zeandale Rd. (785) 539-7899 www.lazytranchadventures.com River Creek Farms – Have you ever ridden on a combine? Or been on a fourth generation family farm? Camp is a rustic cabin and enjoy natural Kansas along the Kaw River Valley. 7160 Zeandale Rd., (785) 456-9650 www.rivercreekfarms.com Lazy N Ranch – Enjoy the solitude of a Kansas morning, and be inspired by the vastness of this 2,000 acre ranch nestled into the Flint Hills east of Manhattan. 8450 Lake Elbo Rd., St. George, (785) 494-2100 www.gmamarillo.org/lazyn Kansas Flint Hills Tours – Go on guided tours of the Flint Hills, or take a ranch vacation with a working family farm. 20705 Shannon Creek Road, Olsburg. (785) 564-1450

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The British Ranch – Enjoy a Flint Hills guest ranch experience in native tallgrass prairie. 38703 Wabaunsee Road, Wamego. (785) 456-8160 www.thebritishranch.com Bed & Buggy Inn – This rustic inn offers a retreat to 320 acres in the great outdoors. 11555 Myers Valley Road, St. George, (785) 494-8232 www.bedandbuggyinn.com Britt’s Garden Acres – You-pick opportunities await! Fresh produce, and seasonal pumpkin patches reside just on the outer edges of Manhattan. 1000 South Scenic Drive, (785) 539-1901 www.brittsfarm.com Manhattan’s Farmers Market – Locally fresh produce, and homemade products! Saturday 8 am-1 pm at 5th and Humboldt, and Wednesday 4-7 pm at Cico Park. April through October. www.manhattanfarmersmarket.com Munson Angus Farms – Ride through a prairie pasture, host a one-of-a-kind event, and try your hand at life on a working ranch. 4820 Liberty Hall Road, Junction City, (785) 238-8068 www.munsonangusfarms.com Living Water Ranch – Enmeshed in the hillsides and valleys of the Flint Hills, this venue is peaceful and gorgeous for retreats, camps, reunions and more. 4122 Living Water Road, Olsburg (785) 468-3594 www.livingwaterranch.org Sierra Vista Vineyard – This Kansas vineyard overlooks the Kansas and Blue Rivers. 6936 Sierra Vista Lane, (785) 236-9566. Rock Springs 4-H Center – 30 minutes from Manhattan, this pristine conference center is a natural setting for retreats, receptions, weddings, special events, conferences, getaways and more. 1168 Highway K-157, Junction City, (785) 257-3221, www.rocksprings.net

Hunting, Fishing, and Exploring The Manhattan region offers more public hunting and fishing land in one area than any other region in the state. Anglers will enjoy catching crappie, catfish, bass, saugeye, and other species in Tuttle Creek. Nearby Milford Lake offers walleye, bass and catfish. Hunters enjoy the vast tracts of public hunting land around each reservoir, with their abundant supply of waterfowl, deer, and turkey. Tuttle Creek – At 12,500 acres of water, Tuttle Creek is the 2nd largest body of water in the state. An additional 1,200 acres of land, and 100 miles of rugged shoreline make Tuttle Creek a favorite location for boating, water activities, camping, hiking and more. (785) 539-7941 www.ksoutdoors.com Rocky Ford Fishing Area – Just below Tuttle Creek Dam, anglers here have free access to the Big Blue River. (785) 363-7316 www.ksoutdoors.com Pillsbury Crossing – Visitors and locals alike cherish this isolated gem. It’s 60 feet wide, with 4 feet of waterfall, and 59 acres of wildlife area. This natural flat rock area was used by pioneers in the 1850s as a crossing point. Located south of Manhattan, by following K-177, then east on Deep Creek Road to Pillsbury Crossing Road. (785) 539-9999 www.visitmanhattanks.org/pillsbury Milford State Park – The largest reservoir in Kansas is located 30 miles to the west. Water-lovers will find 15,700 acres of water and 23,000 acres of public hunting land. The Kansas Landscape Arboretum near Wakefield makes is a worthy stop as well. (785) 238-3014 www.ksoutdoors.com

Our philosophy is to provide and create affordable, recreational, cultural, educational and leisure opportunities to benefit and enhance the lives of all citizens in the community.

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Linear Park Trail – This 9-mile trail loops in and around Manhattan, and is ideal for walking, jogging, or biking. (785) 587-2757 www.visitmanhattanks.org/ lineartrail Konza Prairie - 8,600 acres of tallgrass prairie are managed by the Konza Prairie Biological Station and Research Park, just 6 miles out of Manhattan. Hiking trails of 2.5, 4.4, or 6 miles take visitors deep into flint hills awash in prairie plant life, bison, white-tailed deer, quail, and much more. Backpacker Magazine named the public trails one of the top 100 day hikes in the country. South of Manhattan on McDowell Creek Road. (785) 587-0381 kpbs.konza.ksu.edu The Kansas River - Designated as a National Water Trail in 2012. There are 20 access ramps along the river between Junction City and Kansas City. Manhattan features access points at the east end of the HWY 177 bridge, and the west bank of the Blue River, off HWY 24. Water Trails protect and restore local waterways, and the Kansas River can be explored by canoes or kayak.


Shopping Ah, Manhattan. Shopping with the girlfriends, taking the boy out for new camping equipment… there’s more shopping here than can fit into a day. Aggieville reigns as the oldest shopping district in Kansas. From dusty bookshelves to brilliant flowers and great dining, visitors who want to embrace the college atmosphere, or are K-State passionate will get a kick out of Aggieville. Park the car and enjoy the walk up and down Moro Street! Double check each corner and side street – there are local shops and eateries tucked into all kinds of nooks and crannies. Also, don’t miss Varneys- it’s the anchor point to Aggieville, and full of all things purple. What’s in a downtown? In The Little Apple® downtown is local businesses; hospitality; limestone architecture; history; camaraderie; activity; redevelopment; attractions; shopping; culture; dining and everything you need within walking distance. Put on those tennies and start popping your head into shops. We encourage you to ask for recommendations, sample what’s available, tell an employee a good joke, and ask about their favorite thing to do here. Playing golf on the west side of Manhattan? Drop the shopper of the family off at Grand Mere! This up-and-coming part of town is quickly filling with local shops, salons and eateries. It’s all very walkable and a great way to spend some time! Seth Child Commons continues to be a force in Manhattan for those with money burning a hole in their pocket. Manhattan’s movie theater is close by, as well as stores to fit your home décor needs, home improvement, all-around shopping, and a variety of other retail venues.


Over 260 retail, restaurant, and professional businesses in our downtown district. It serves as a unique location for specialty shopping, community events and activities.

For more information: (785) 537-9683 or www.downtownmanhattanks.com

bicycling ◆ camping ◆ kayaking ◆ backpacking hiking ◆ climbing ◆ fly fishing ◆ scouting luggage ◆ clothing

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304 Poyntz Ave.

Downtown Manhattan

Just west of Manhattan Town Center

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301 Poyntz Ave • 607 N. 11th St. (785) 587-0700

Your local Running & Soccer Specialty Store • Soccer Gear • Nutritional Products • Speedo Swimwear • Moving Comfort Bras

• Video Gait Analysis • Triathlon Gear • Running Shoes • Apparel & Accessories

We share your passion! www.manhattanrunningco.com (785) 320-6363 • 3015 Anderson Ave.

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The oldest shopping district in Kansas, Aggieville’s wide variety of businesses makes it a family-friendly environment during the day and a college hot spot at night! With annual events including the Mayor’s Christmas Parade, Manhattan St. Patrick's Day Parade, K-State Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally, and the Little Apple New Year’s Eve Celebration & Ball Drop “The ‘Ville” attracts people from around the country.

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ADVERTISING CHURCHES 1 First United Methodist Church, 612 Poyntz Ave., (785) 776-8821 (P10) 2 Grace Baptist Church, 2931 Dickens Ave., (785) 776-0424 (H7) 3 Mount Zion Church of God In Christ, 916 Yuma St., (785) 587-9140 (Q11)

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HOTELS & MOTELS 1

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Best Western, 601 E. Poyntz Ave., 785-537-8300, 800-WESTERN, (T8) 2★ Comfort Suites, 1020 Hostetler Dr., 785-539-9449 (R8) 3★ Fairfield Inn by Marriott, 300 Colorado St., 785-539-2400, 800-228-2800 (Q11) 4★ Four Points by Sheraton, 530 Richards Dr., 785-539-5311, 888-627-8649 (J13) 5★ Hampton Inn, 501 E. Poyntz Ave., 785-539-5000, 800-HAMPTON (S9) 6★ Hilton Garden Inn & Manhattan Conference Center, 410 3rd St., 785-532-9116 (Q11) 7★ Holiday Inn at the Campus, 1641 Anderson Ave., 785-539-7531, 800-962-0014 (M9) 8★ Motel 6, 510 Tuttle Creek Blvd., 785-537-1022, 800-4MOTEL6 (R9) 9★ Parkwood Inn & Suites, 505 S. 17th St., 785-320-5440 (M11) 10★ Quality Inn & Suites, 150 E. Poyntz Ave., 785-770-8000 (R10) 11★ Super 8, 200 Tuttle Creek Blvd., 785-537-8468, 800-800-8000 (R10) 12 Americas Best Value Inn, 1501 Tuttle Creek Blvd., 785-539-5391 (P6) 13 Regency Inn, 419 Holiday Drive, 785-537-0630 (P6) ★

BED & BREAKFAST / GUEST HOUSE / UNIQUE VENUES

14★ Daughter’s House Inn, 617 Colorado St., 785-565-0086 (P11) 15★ Guest Haus Bed & Breakfast, 1724 Sheffield Cr., 785-776-6543 (E6) 16 Houston Street Cottage, 523 Houston St, 785-776-4735 (Q11) 17★ Moore House Bed & Breakfast, 500 Denison Ave, 785-776-5603 (M9) 18★ Morning Star Bed & Breakfast, 617 Houston St., 785-587-9703 (P11) 19★ Pierre Street Inn, 529 Pierre St., 785-259-5027 (Q11) 20★ Prairiewood Retreat & Preserve, 1484 Wildcat Creek Rd., 785-341-2740 (A8) 21★ Scenic Valley Inn Bed & Breakfast, 610 S. Scenic Dr., 785-776-6831 (B13) 22 The Strong Inn, 1916 Beck St., 785-313-5167 (Q5)

SHOPPING CENTERS A B C D E F G

Aggieville (O9) Blue Hills Shopping (O4) Candlewood (G5) Downtown Manhattan(Q10) Fort Riley Blvd. (Q12) Grand Mere Village (D4) Manhattan Marketplace(Q9)

H Manhattan Town Center (R10) I Plaza West (H9) J Seth Child Commons (I13) K Town East (S9) L Wal-Mart Center (R8) M Westloop (H8) N Wildcat Landing (L7)

For current event information and your free copy of the official Manhattan Visitors Guide, stop by 501 Poyntz Ave., or call toll-free: 800-759-0134.

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Education

We take great pride in our educational opportunities here in Manhattan. College students attending Kansas State University and Manhattan Christian College, students of all ages and from all corners of the world, make their way to The Little Apple®.

K-State offers more than 250 undergraduate degrees and 92 percent of those classes have fewer than 50 students. It’s no wonder that K-State produces successful entrepreneurs, business men and women, journalists, architects and so much more. Ranked number one nationally in Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater and Udall scholarships over the last 25 years, 97 percent of recent graduates would recommend K-State to their friends! Additionally, Manhattan features the AIB International, the Marinello Schools of Beauty, Bellus Academy LLC, and the Manhattan Area Technical College. Manhattan Area Technical College (MATC) is an important part of The Little Apple®. With 15 programs of study for associates degrees, quickly-completed programs and starting salaries for most grads at more than $35,000. Enrollment is less than 1,000 so student to teacher ratios are ideal for MATC, and important, since 70 percent of jobs in Kansas require a technical education. 3136 Dickens Avenue, (785) 587-2800, (800) 352-7575, www.manhattantech.edu AIB International is headquartered in Manhattan, and offers seminars, classes and professional training through Baking Science and Technology. AIB provides food safety audits under the Global Food Safety Initiative, and are conducted in more than 120 countries. If you catch a whiff of baking bread or mouth-watering cookies on the wind, it probably means the students at AIB are whipping up new recipes again. 1213 Bakers Way, (785) 537-4750, (800) 633-5137, www.aibonline.org One of many great partnerships that K-State participates with is Manhattan Christian College (MCC). Students can get degrees from MCC, or, get a dual degree with K-State. MCC offers degrees in ministry programs, and nearly every area of church or parachurch related ministry. The college was founded in 1927, and today has more than 300 undergraduate students. 1415 Anderson Avenue, (785) 539-3571, (877) 246-4622, www.mccks.edu Marinello Schools of Beauty provides Manhattan with one of the two beauty colleges. This Kansas Cosmetology School allows students to attend programs full-time, or part-time for classes. The curriculum is centered around two phases, and also teaches students the business side of the industry for those wanting to own their own salon someday. 512 Poyntz Avenue, (785) 776-4794, www.marinello.com Manhattan’s other beauty school; Bellus Academy is based in San Diego, with Manhattan being their newest campus. This school offers courses in Cosmetology, Esthetics, Holistic Health Practitioner, Massage Therapy, Spa Nail Technician and Bellus Best in Business training, among others. Both beauty colleges provide Manhattan with spa and cosmetology services at discounted prices as a learning tool to students. 1130 Westloop, (785) 539-1837, www.bellusacademy.edu/w_manhattan_kansas_college


Kansas State University celebrates 150 years! It began 150 years ago- Manhattan residents with a high value on education, for both men and women, opened Bluemont Central College in 1860, which became Kansas State Agricultural College in 1863. The first graduating class in 1867 consisted of 2 men, and 3 women. In 1959, the campus officially became Kansas State University. More than 23,800 students now attend KSU each year. K-State is an international leader for teaching, learning, research and service. Alumni and the Manhattan community bleed purple for this school as it strives to become a top 50 public research university by 2025. Join the Wildcats and The Little Apple速 in honoring the achievements and triumphs of Kansas State University! From all of us- congratulations on 150 innovative and wonderful years- we look forward to the next 150 years.

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Job Corps offers PAID TRAINING in the following areas: • Cement Masonry • Culinary Arts • Facilities Maintenance • Construction Craft Laborer • Health Occupations • Plumbing • Security • Dental Hygenist • Carpentry Residential Setting For students age 16 through 24 Single Parent Program High School Diploma GED Community College Partners

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Lodging Whether you are here for the K-State game, moving to or visiting Fort Riley, hunting, visiting family, business meetings or just to get away - Manhattan has lodging to keep you comfortable. In 2013 Manhattan will offer more than 1,200 sleeping rooms with a variety of price structures, located conveniently around Manhattan. The Little Apple速 sits just 9 miles off Interstate 70, and with Manhattan Regional Airport, Manhattan is poised to welcome travelers from any angle. From an overnight stay to an extended trip, our lodging accommodations range from camping sites to bed and breakfast inns and limited to fullservice hotel properties. Visit our website to take advantage of immediate, online booking, www.visitmanhattanks.org.

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Courtesy Airport Transportation

Banquet Facilities

HOTELS & MOTELS

Meeting Facilities

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Complimentary Breakfast

The Manhattan Convention & Visitors Bureau will be happy to assist you with your accommodations. Call 785-776-8829 or toll-free

Free High Speed Internet Access

Number of rooms

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Restaurant/Lounge

All hotels are now non-smoking due to the Manhattan no-smoking ordinance.

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CANDLEWOOD SUITES, Opening March 2013 84 210 Blue Earth Place, 785-320-7995, www.candlewoodsuites COMFORT SUITES, 1020 Hosteller Dr., 785-539-9449, www.choicehotels.com/hotel/ks142

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FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON, 530 Richards Dr., 197 785-539-5311, 888-627-8649, www,fourpoints.com/manhattanks

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HAMPTON INN, 501 E. Poyntz Ave., 785-539-5000, 800-HAMPTON, www.hamptoninn1.hilton.com

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HOLIDAY INN AT THE CAMPUS, 1641 Anderson Ave., 785-539-7531, 800-962-0014, www.holidayinn.com

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QUALITY INN, 150 E. Poyntz Ave., 785-770-8000, www.qualityinn.com

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SUPER 8, 200 Tuttle Creek Blvd., 785-537-8468, 800-800-8000 www.super8.com AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN, 1501 Tuttle Creek Blvd., 785-539-5391

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BED & BREAKFAST INNS

UNIQUE VENUES

Daughter’s House Inn, 3 rooms, 617 Colorado St., (785) 565-0086, www.daughtershouse.com

Houston Street Cottage, 2 bedrooms, 523 Houston Street, (785) 776-4735 www.houstonstreetcottage.com

Guest Haus Bed & Breakfast, 2 rooms 1724 Sheffield Cr., (785) 776-6543, www.guesthaus.com

Prairiewood Retreat & Preserve, 4 bedrooms, 1484 Wildcat Creek Rd., (785) 341-2740. www.prairiewood.com

Moore House Bed & Breakfast, 1 room 500 Denison Ave., (785)776-5603, www.moorehouse-bnb.com

The Strong Inn, 2 bedrooms, 1916 Beck St., (785) 313-5167, www.stronginn.com Full-service camper hook-ups and modern log cabins are available year round at Tuttle Creek State Park. Located just four miles north of Manhattan on Hwy. 24. Park permits and camping information obtained at Tuttle Creek State Park Office, (785) 539-7941, www.ksoutdoors.com

The Morning Star Bed & Breakfast, 5 rooms, 617 Houston St., (785) 587-9703, www.morningstarbandb.com Pierre Street Inn, 4 rooms, 529 Pierre St., (785) 259-5027, www.pierrestreetinn.com Scenic Valley Inn Bed & Breakfast, 4 rooms 610 S. Scenic Dr., (785) 776-6831, www.scenicvalleyinn.com

Properties in red are either Chamber members or advertisers.

785-537-8300 601 E. Poyntz on Highway 24

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at the Campus 1641 Anderson Avenue Manhattan, KS 66502 785.539.7531 holidayinn.com/universityks

• Full Service Hotel • Directly across from Kansas State University • Steps away from historic Aggieville • Host and caterer for corporate meetings, weddings, socials, and special events

785.776.5909 1641 Anderson Avenue

Reservations & Call Ahead Seating Available Ask about our: $6 Appetizers • Free lobster tails • Wednesday Email Specials • $4.50 Long Island Pitchers

OPENING SPRING 2013

Consider us home.®

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Full-size refrigerator, cooktop, microwave, dishwasher, PRECOR® fitness & MORE!


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Manhattan’s newest independently owned hotel. Pet FRIendly ~ FRee SHuttle SeRVIce * Free Wi-Fi ~ Free Hot Breakfast ~ Business/Fitness centers King Rooms ~ double Queen Rooms ~ King Suites Available

ReSeRVAtIonS - 785.320.5440 www.parkwoodinnmanhattan.com 505 S. 17th St. ~ Manhattan, KS 66502 * ReStRIctIonS APPly

Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, the Comfort Suites® hotel provides numerous amenities, inviting accommodations and great service. This brand new, all-suite hotel is close to area attractions like Kansas State University and Fort Riley. Guests of this new hotel will enjoy our indoor pool, hot tub and exercise room, as well as complimentary hot breakfast to start the day out right. All rooms equipped with a microwave/fridge, flat screen tv’s and sleeper sofas. Our state of the art equipment in our Meeting Room, has an in-house DVD player as well as a theatre sound system to compliment the projection equipment for your company’s meeting. The room can accommodate 50 people. Two specialty suites exist, one Parlor Suite and one Whirlpool Suite, packages available with these suites as well.

There's no place like Comfort Suites to call home in Kansas!

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Charming cottage with modern amenities in a quiet downtown neighborhood! 785-776-4735

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The Morning Star Bed & Breakfast, LLC “Exceptional Accommodations in the Heart of Manhattan”

Daughters House An eco-friendly Inn

Relax, Refresh, Remember 785.565.0086 www.daughtershouse.com

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Listed on the Kansas State Historical Register The Strong Inn offers guests the comforts and conveniences of home, together with the rustic charm of days gone by.

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Dining It’s dining time. You’re in steak country here- but don’t let that stop you from trying out all the tastes we have to offer. From Bruschetta that would make the Italians drool to fresh-daily seafood to authentic Jamaican, Manhattan surprises even the most uppity foodies. With multiple restaurants receiving awards and national rankings it’s not surprising to chance upon someone who visits just to try the local restaurants. But don’t take our word for it, make a weekend out of it and try them all yourself!


Monday - All Margaritas 1/2 price Wednesday - All beer 1/2 price Thursday - Kids meals 1/2 price (9 & under) Dine-in only Private Dining Room (max 30 people) Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm Fri-Sat 11am-11pm Sun 11am-9pm 2301 Tuttle Creek Blvd. Manhattan, KS 66502 785-587-5258

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Casual Dining

Little Apple Brewing Co. 1110 Westloop, (785) 539-5500

Fast Food

Aggie Station 1119 Moro St, (785) 537-7444

The Little Grill 6625 Dyer Rd, (785) 323-0112

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar 100 Manhattan Town Center, (785) 537-0408

Arby’s 1115 Bluemont Ave, (785) 539-8652 326 Southwind Pl, (785) 537-3436

LOCAL food & friends 3011 Anderson Ave, (785) 320-2550

Black Jack Hills 13450 Chapman Rd, St. George, (785) 494-2707

LongHorn Steakhouse 505 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 532-9061

Bluemont Buffet K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580 Bobby T's Sports Bar 3240 Kimball Ave, (785) 537-8383 Bob's Diner 1103 3rd St, (785) 537-7776

Long John Silver's 705 N. 3rd Pl, (785) 320-7996 Mr. K's Café & Bar 3901 Vanesta Dr, (785) 320-2730 Naked Pear K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580

Big D's Burger Shack 2024 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 410-4991 Burger King 3002 W. Anderson Ave, (785) 539-9389 1328 Laramie, (785) 537-1045 Chick-Fil-A K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580 Cozy Inn Hamburgers 1109 Moro St, (785) 320-7766

Noodles & Co. 705 3rd Pl, (785) 539-5373

Dairy Queen 1015 N. 3rd St, (785) 776-4117 3116 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-5389

Old Chicago 100 Manhattan Town Center, (785) 537-3322

Freddy’s Frozen Custard 229 McCall Rd, (785) 320-2300

The Chef 111 S. 4th St, (785) 537-4100

Paddy O'Quigley’s (Four Points by Sheraton) 530 Richards Dr, (785) 539-5311

McDonald’s 815 N. 3rd St, (785) 776-6751 1011 Westloop Pl, (785) 539-1672

Chili's Grill & Bar 213 Fort Riley Blvd, (785) 537-1250

Pat’s Blue Rib'n Barbeque 1200 Moro St, (785) 539-7426

Colbert's 5200 Colbert Hills Dr, (785) 776-6475

Sonic Drive-In 2711 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-5597 800 N. 3rd St, (785) 539-7007

Rambler’s Steakhouse 8200 South Port Dr, (785) 539-4989

Cox Bros Barbeque 223 McCall Rd, (785) 539-0770

Roots K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580

Denny's 204 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 587-5219 K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580

Sirloin Stockade 325 E. Poyntz, (E. Hwy. 24), (785) 776-0516

Buffalo Wild Wings Bar & Grill 1231 Moro St, (785) 323-9464 Bull Chicks 1126 Laramie St, (785) 320-5600

Early Edition 3210 Kimball Ave, (785) 539-3255 419 E. Poyntz Ave, (785) 537-0000 Famous Dave’s 910 Commons Pl, (785) 537-2401 Hibachi Hut 608 N. 12th St, (785) 539-9393 Houlihans 1641 Anderson Ave, (785) 776-5909 IHOP 101 Goodfood Pl, (785) 587-9800 Irish Pub 1215 Moro St JP's Sports Bar Jardine Building 5, (785) 532-0844 Kite's Grille & Bar 615 N. 12th St, (785) 776-4300

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Smashburger 501 3rd St, (785) 587-8485 So Long Saloon 1130 Moro St, (785) 537-9292 Texas Roadhouse 200 Manhattan Town Center, (785) 537-7427 The Great American Grill (Hilton Garden Inn) 410 3rd St, (785) 532-9116 The Patio Grille & Bar 3003 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-4234 Tyler's Guardian Café (MHK Airport) 5500 Fort Riley Blvd Wahoo Fire & Ice Grill 1101 Moro, (785) 320-7242 Willie's Sports Bar & Grill 307 Seth Child Rd, (785) 539-6746

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Vista Drive-In 1911 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 537-0100 Wendy’s 3004 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-0155 101 Goodfood Pl, (785) 537-0308

Fine Dining 4 Olives Wine Bar 3033 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-1295 della Voce 405 Poyntz Ave, (785) 532-9000 Harry’s 418 Poyntz Ave, (785) 537-1300

Asian Aroy Thai Cuisine 3003 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-0399 Baan Thai Restaurant 1620 Ft. Riley Blvd, (785) 320-5990 Bamboo Buffet 2304 Stagg Hill Rd, (785) 539-8299

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Coffee Houses & Bakeries

Chinese Chef Restaurant 2704 Anderson Ave, (785) 537-3333

Chuggers 712 N. Manhattan, (785) 537-3595

Golden Wok China Buffet 3003 Anderson Ave, (785) 587-9111

Dirty Dawgs Saloon 531 N. Manhattan Ave, (785) 539-0230

Happy Valley Chinese 2307 Tuttle Creek Blvd

Drinx 1206 ½ Moro St, (785)320-7664

HuHot Mongolian Grill Manhattan Town Center, (785) 320-7320

Eighteen63 710 N Manhattan Ave, (785) 320-7382

Hunam Chinese Restaurant & Mongolian BBQ 1304 Westloop, (785) 539-8888

Fat’s Bar and Grill 1209 Laramie, (785) 776-2424

Caribou Coffee K-State Student Union, (785) 532-7104 Hyvee 601 3rd St, (785) 587-8609

Finn's Pub 317 Poyntz Ave, (785) 776-2119

Kitchen Capers Manhattan Town Center, (785) 776-9860

Johnny Kaws 1218 1/2 Moro St, (785) 320-5588

Little Apple Flour Shop 106 S 4th St, (785) 410-8944

The Kathouse Lounge 1111 Moro St, (785) 539-5408

Mrs. Powell’s Bakery & Eatery Manhattan Town Center, (785) 537-0971

MoJo’s Beach Bar 1101 Moro, (785) 341-1455

Radina’s Coffee House & Bakery 616 N. Manhattan Ave, (785) 537-2345 2809 Claflin Rd, (785) 320-5266

Hunam Express 1112 Moro, (785) 537-0886 Imperial Garden Express 421 Tuttle Creek Blvd, 785-537-1888 Indian Restaurant 716 N Manhattan Japanese Green Tea and Sushi Bar 1120 Laramie St, (785) 539-9888 Panda Express K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580 Tasty China House 1120 C Moro St, (785) 375-1132 UMI Japanese Steakhouse 900 Hayes Dr, 785-320-7788

Bars Aggie Lounge 712 N 12th St, (785) 537-8585 Auntie Mae's Parlor 619 N 12th St, (785) 539-8508 Blackstone Tavern 1344 Westloop Pl, (785) 320-7377 Bomb Bar 718 N Manhattan Ave, (785) 320-2050 Cat Tracks 3043 Anderson Ave, (785)537-6030

O'Malley’s 1210 Moro St, (785) 537-0775

RC McGraws 2317 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 776-9588

Shot Stop 1222 Moro St, (785) 320-2525

Brew Crew Coffee Drive 490 McCall Rd

Starbucks (Dillons East & West) 1219 Bluemont Ave, (785) 537-3984

Porters 706 N Manhattan, (785) 537-7151

Rusty’s 1213 Moro St, (785) 776-4300

Bluestem Bistro 1219 Moro St, (785) 587-8888

Varsity Donuts 704 N. Manhattan Ave, (785) 539-7654

Italian 2-Mato K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580

The Pub 307 Seth Child, (785) 539-4123

AJ’s NY Pizzeria 301 Poyntz Ave, (785) 587-0700 607 N 11th St, (785) 587-0700

The Salty Rim 1204 Moro St, (785) 537-8910

Domino’s 2020 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 776-7788

Tubby’s Sports Bar & Grill 1127 Moro St, (785) 587-8707

Gambino’s Pizza 900 Hayes Dr, (785) 537-9090

The Veldt Lounge 105 N. 3rd St, (785) 539-4499

Doughboy's Pizza & Pub 702 N 11th St, (785) 320-6757

Wabash Bar 1112 Moro St

Hours of Operation: Sun - Thu: 11:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M. Fri - Sat: 11:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M. 505 Tuttle Creek Blvd Manhattan, KS 66502

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Hot Stuff Pizza 8811 E HWY 24, (785) 770-9847 5321 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 320-6633 8811 HWY 24, (785)587-8844 Little Caesar’s Pizza 1150 Westloop, (785) 539-3333

Quiznos Subs 2815 Anderson Ave, (785) 776-6300 900 Hayes Dr, (785) 539-9500

La Hacienda 3003 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-8689 Salsaritas K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580

Rock-A-Belly Deli 718 N. Manhattan Ave, (785) 539-8033

Olive Garden 715 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 537-2445

Taco Bell 1155 Westport Rd, (785) 539-1225 K-State Student Union, (785) 532-6580 1009 Limey Pl, (785) 539-8020

Papa John’s 2615 Anderson Ave, (785) 537-1400

Taco Casa 1709 Fort Riley Blvd, (785) 539-6631

Papa Murphy’s 2745 Claflin Rd, (785) 539-3321

Taco Lucha 1130 Moro St, (785) 320-5255

Subway 3041 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-2252 1223 B Moro St, (785) 537-8700 2006 N Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 539-0152 Manhattan Town Center, (785) 537-3311 K-State Union Rec Level, (785) 532-0600

Pizza Hut 1121 Moro St, (785) 539-7666 2931 Claflin Rd, (785) 539-7447 1005 Hostetler, (785) 776-4334

Private Clubs

Specialty Shop

American Legion Steakhouse & Old Glory Lounge 114 McCall Rd, (785) 776-4556

Baskin Robbins

Pizza Shuttle 1800 Claflin Rd, (785) 776-5577 Sbarro of Manhattan Manhattan Town Center, (785) 539-9808

Mexican/TexMex Carlos O'Kelly’s Manhattan Town Center, (785) 537-4688 Chipotle 606 N Manhattan Ave, (785) 587-8029 CoCo Bolos 1227 Bluemont Ave, (785) 537-4700 El Mariachi 420 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 537-2666 El Tapatio 2605 Stagg Hill Rd, (785) 539-7272 Hillside Café 2307 Stagg Hill Rd, (785) 539-9815 La Fiesta 2301 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 587-5258

Sub-N-Such 1800 Claflin Rd, (785) 537-2411

319 Southwind Pl, (785) 537-3136 Cold Stone Creamery 1225 Moro St, (785) 539-5336

Manhattan Country Club 1531 N 10th St, (785) 539-7501

Sandwich Shops & Deli Harry's Deli 418 Poyntz Ave, (785) 537-6800 Jimmy John's 1212 Moro St, (785) 539-7454 McAlister's Deli 421 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 539-0610 Mr. Goodcent's Subs & Pastas 1317 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-1900

K-State Dairy Bar 144 Call Hall, (785) 532-1292 Orange Leaf 501 N 3rd St, (785) 587-8366 Pretzelmaker Manhattan Town Center, (785) 565-9113 Purple Swirl Frozen Yogurt 1346 Westloop Pl, (785) 320-2766 TCBY Treats Manhattan Town Center, (785) 537-7700

Panera Bread 315 Southwind Pl, (785) 539-7500 People's Grocery 1620 Fort Riley Blvd, (785) 539-4811 Pita Pit 1131 Moro St, (785) 537-3995 Planet Sub 708 Manhattan Ave, (785) 537-8782

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Follow a Great Scenic Road Pay a visit to any of the communities surrounding Manhattan to learn the rich history of the area and find out how we all connect. From political trips, to historic trails, to military past and present, to the whimsy of OZ, to stunning vistas and Flint Hills beauty as far as the eye can see- The Little Apple® is surrounded by different stories and unique perspectives. Each are just a day-trip away. What are you waiting for? Abilene – Take a narrated tour on a temperaturecontrolled trolley; visit the professional theatre; and see the boyhood home of President Eisenhower. History buffs will love this town, located 30 minutes west on Interstate 70. (800) 569-5915, www.abilenekansas.org Cottonwood Falls – See natural Kansas in all its glory on the drive to Cottonwood Falls- located on the Flint Hills National Scenic Byway on K-177. This town features Kansas’ oldest working courthouse, the Grand Central Hotel and Restaurant, and the famous Emma Chase Café, as well as nearby Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve and the Z-Bar Ranch. One hour south on Highway K-177. (800) 431-6344, www.chasecountyks.org Council Grove – This quaint town is home to 24 nationally registered historic sites, and the Hays House, established in 1857- the oldest continuously run restaurant west of the Mississippi. Visit the town that was the last stop on the historic Santa Fe Trail40 minutes south on Highway K-177. (620) 767-5413, www.councilgrove.com Fort Riley – Manhattan’s neighbor, Fort Riley, is home to the Big Red One, the 1st Infantry Division. Tour the U.S. Calvary Museum, the 1st Infantry Museum, the restored Historic Custer House and Kansas’ First Territorial Capitol. Visitors must present photo ID to enter post. 10 minutes west on Highway K-18. (785) 239-3911, (785) 239-2737, www.riley.army.mil Junction City – More military history waits in this town, which houses the Civil War Monument, the Buffalo Soldier Memorial and the State of Kansas Vietnam Memorial. Junction City is 20 minutes west on Interstate 70. (800) 528-2489, www.junctioncity.org Marysville – Envision the life of an early settler with exhibits and artifacts at a former Pony Express Station. Just south of town is Alcove Springs, a watering stop for early pioneers on the Oregon Trail. Located one hour north on Highway K-77. (785) 562-3101, www.marshallcoks.com

Oregon Trail Nature Park – 30 minutes to the east lies a park with self-guided hiking trails that feature a portion of historic Oregon Trail. Just north of U.S. Highway 24. (785) 456-2035, www.naturalkansas.org/oregon.htm Paxico – Antique stores abound in this petite historic town. Make sure to visit the adjacent winery, and pick up some cheese curds from the Alma Creamery. 20 minutes east of Manhattan on Interstate 70. (785) 636-5551, www.paxicomerchants.com Wabaunsee County – Road trip! Begin by going east from Manhattan on K-18/Zeandale Road, through the town of Wabaunsee, home to the famed Beecher Bible & Rifle Church. Head south on K-99 to Alma to visit the Alma Creamery and experience a downtown made out of limestone. Explore the Native Stone Scenic Byway and see historic stone fences on the way to Eskridge along Highway K-4. It is a 44-mile trip or 45 minutes through scenic beauty and living history. (785) 765-4655, www.wabaunsee.com Wakefield – When the Milford Dam was built, this city was moved from a valley to a hilltop- find out how at the Wakefield Museum. Wakefield will thrill the outdoor enthusiast with its location on the banks of Milford Lake. Located 35 minutes west on U.S. Highway 24 and K-77. (785) 461-5886, www.wakefieldks.com Wamego – Find all things OZ in Wamego, where the Oz Museum showcases more than 2,000 Oz artifacts. Catch a show in the historic Columbian Theatre, enjoy Prairie Village- authentic buildings from the 1800s, the old Dutch Mill, and end your day at the Oz Winery. 15 minutes east on U.S. Highway 24. (785) 456-7849, www.visitwamego.com


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Connecting to Christ, growing in community, serving the world.

8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary 8:45 a.m.

Blended Worship in Harris Auditorium 9:45 a.m.

Sunday School 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday Communion 612 Poyntz • Manhattan, KS 66502 (785) 776-8821 • www.fumcmanhattan.com

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Religious Directory Agape Family Church (785) 539-3570 Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church 401 Yuma St, (785) 539-5897 Blue Valley Memorial United Methodist Church 835 Church Ave, (785) 539-8790 Bluemont Church 1021 Denison Ave, (785) 341-6794 Calvary Tabernacle 1125 Westport Dr, (785) 776-8717 Catholic Student Center 711 Denison Ave, (785) 539-7496 Cats For Christ Campus Center 1501 Denison Ave, (785) 565-0659 Christ Lutheran Church Missouri Synod - 4592 Green Valley Rd, (785) 776-2227 Christ the Redeemer Church 610 S. Scenic Dr, (785) 537-9377 Christian Disciples Fellowship 412 Leavenworth, (785) 587-8507 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 2812 Marlatt Ave, (785) 539-3357 College Avenue United Methodist 1609 College Ave, (785) 539-4191 College Heights Baptist Church 2320 Anderson Ave, (785) 537-7744 Community of Christ Church 401 Vattier St, (785) 537-9661 Connections Church 201 S 4th St, (785) 341-0863 Crestview Christian Church 4761 Tuttle Creek Blvd, (785) 776-3798 Ecumenical Campus Ministry 1021 Denison Ave, (785) 539-4281 Emmanuel Baptist Church 8950 Elk Creek Rd, (785) 587-0104 Faith Baptist Church 1001 S Scenic Dr, (785) 539-3363 Faith Evangelical Free Church 1921 Barnes Rd, (785) 776-2086 Fellowship Temple Church of God in Christ 201 Knoxberry Dr, (785) 539-5732 First Assembly of God 2310 Candlewood Dr, (785) 537-7633 First Baptist Church 2121 Blue Hills Rd, (785) 539-8691 First Christian Church 5th & Humbolt, (785) 776-8790

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First Church of the Nazarene 3031 Kimball Ave, (785) 539-2851 First Congregational Church 700 Poyntz Ave, (785) 537-7006 First Free United Methodist Church 1231 Poyntz Ave, (785) 776-4029 First Lutheran Church ELCA 930 Poyntz Ave, (785) 537-8532 First Presbyterian Church 801 Leavenworth St, (785) 537-0518 First United Methodist Church 612 Poyntz Ave, (785) 776-8821 Grace Baptist Church 2901 Dickens Ave, (785) 776-0424 Harvest Baptist Church 2615 Farm Bureau Rd, (785) 539-8174 Harvest Fellowship 1000 Fremont, (785) 317-4538 Hope Lutheran Church-Wels 3560 Dempsey Rd, (785) 770-9656 Institute of Religion Student Line 1820 Claflin Rd, (785) 537-8839 Islamic Center - 1224 Hylton Heights Rd, (785) 340-7053 Jehovah's Witnesses 100 Butterfield Rd, (785) 539-3107 Korean Baptist Church 2320 Anderson Ave, (785) 317-7822 Korean Church of Manhattan 511 Westview Dr, (785) 537-0250 K-State Religious Activities, (Diverse Religious Student Groups) 102 Chapel, K-State, (785) 532-7779 Living Word Church 2711 Amherst Ave, (785) 776-0940 Lutheran Campus Ministry ELCA 1745 Anderson Ave, (785) 539-4451 Manhattan Baptist Church 510 Tuttle St, (785) 776-9069 Manhattan Christian Fellowship Church 2740 Pillsbury Dr, (785) 587-0969 Manhattan Church of Christ 2510 Dickens Ave, (785) 539-6581 Manhattan Friends Meeting (Quaker) (785) 410-8608, www.manhattan friends.org Manhattan Jewish Congregation 1509 Wreath Ave, (785) 539-8462 Manhattan Reformed Fellowship 1518 Pierre St, (785) 477-8837 Mennonite Church 1000 Fremont, (785) 539-4079

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Mt. Zion Church of God In Christ 916 Yuma St, (785) 587-9140 New Hope Community Church 3905 Green Valley Rd, (785) 5372389 Peace Lutheran Church ELCA 2500 Kimball Ave, (785) 539-7371 Pilgrim Baptist Church 831 Yuma St, (785) 776-1098 Real Life Church 3915 Green Valley Rd, (785) 539-7770 Salvation Army 121 S 4th St, (785) 539-9399 Sedalia Community Church 6040 N 52nd St, (785) 537-7847 Seven Dolors Catholic Church 731 Pierre St, (785) 565-5000 Seventh Day Adventist Church 600 Laramie St, (785) 776-5533 St. Francis Canterbury House & St. Francis Episcopal Ministry at KSU 1823 Laramie St, (785) 532-9144 St. Isidore Catholic Student Center 711 Denison Ave, (785) 539-7496 St. Luke Lutheran Church 330 Sunset Ave, (785) 539-2604 St. Mary Magdalene Orthodox Christian Mission 913 Riley Ln, (785) 539-3440 St. Paul_s Episcopal Church 601 Poyntz Ave, (785) 776-9427 St. Thomas More Catholic Church 2900 Kimball Ave, (785) 776-5151 Trinity Presbyterian Church 1110 College Ave, (785) 539-3921 Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship of Manhattan 481 Zeandale Rd, (785) 537-2349 United Methodist Campus Ministry 1001 Sunset Ave, (785) 776-9278 Unity Church of Manhattan 1021 Denison Ave, (785) 537-6120 University Christian Church 2800 Claflin Rd, (785) 776-5440 Vineyard Community Church 2400 Casement Rd, (785) 539-0542 Vintage Faith Church 530 Osage St, www.vintagefaithchurch.cc The Well 121 S 4th St, (785) 539-7770 Westview Community Church 3001 Fort Riley Blvd, (785) 537-7173 The Little Apple速


Community Info If you need assistance, directions or event details, keep these numbers handy: • For the latest information on Manhattan events, accommodations, group tours and attractions, visit www.visitmanhattanks.org, call (800) 759-0134 or (785) 776-8829, or stop by the CVB located at 501 Poyntz Ave., open weekdays 8 am - 5 pm • For your free copy of the official Kansas Visitors Guide and state map, call (800) 252-6727 or visit www.travelks.com • For your free relocation packet, which includes a community profile, worship directory, realtor guide, school information and a calendar of events call the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce at (785) 776-8829 or request a packet online at www.manhattan.org


Transportation Air Service Manhattan Regional Airport is located just four miles west of Manhattan on K-18. Daily commuter service is available to and from Chicago and Dallas. Call (785) 587-4560 for airport information or visit www.FlyMHK.com • American Airlines, 800-433-7300, www.aa.com • Kansas Air Center, executive air charter, (785) 776-1991, (888) 462-1991 www.kansasair.com/charter.html Bus Service/Local Charter • Arrow Stage Lines, (785) 232-2500, (800) 243-7476, www.arrowstagelines.com • Junction City Transportation, (785) 762-2219 • MHK Trolley, (785) 313-2892, MHKTrolley@gmail.com • Prestige Charter Service Co., (316) 263-9141 • Salina Charter, (785) 825-4410 or (800) 536-4410, www.salinacharter.com Car Rental • Enterprise Rent-A-Car Airport (785) 537-0557 or (800) 325-8007, www.enterprise.com • Enterprise Rent-A-Car East, (785) 537-6000 or (800) 325-8007, www.enterprise.com • Hertz Rent-A-Car, (785) 539-0261 or (800) 654-3131, www.hertz.com • Rent 4 Less, (785) 539-7161, www.rent4lessman hattanks.com Shuttle/Taxi Service • ABC Union Cab, Inc. (785) 238-6122 • ATA Bus, (785) 537-6345, www.rileycountyks.gov • Bell Taxi Transportation, (785) 537-2080, (800) 826-8294 • Black Car LLC, (785) 587-0717, www.blackcarmhk.com • KCI RoadRunner 913-262-0905 • Safe Ride (785) 537-6345 • Taxi-4-Less, (785) 776-5508 • Top Hat Transportation [Limousine Service] (785) 537-6045, www.mytophatlimo.com • Wildcat Taxi (785) 532-9040, wildcattaxi.com Helpful Phone Numbers & Websites • Kansas State Athletics Ticket Office, (785) 532-7606, (800) 221-2287 www.k-statesports.com visitmanhattanks.org

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• Kansas State University Information, (785) 532-6011, www.k-state.edu • Manhattan Arts Center Ticket Office, (785) 537-4420, www.manhattanarts.org • Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce, (785) 776-8829, www.manhattan.org • Manhattan City Hall, (785) 587-2489 www.cityofmhk.com • Manhattan Convention & Visitors Bureau, (785) 776-8829, (800) 759-0134 www.visitmanhattanks.org • Manhattan Parks and Recreation Department, (785) 587-2757 www.cityofmhk.com/ParksandRec • Manhattan Public Library Community Information Center, (785) 776-4741 www.manhattan.lib.ks.us • McCain Auditorium Ticket Office, (785) 532-6428, www.k-state.edu/mccain • Mercy Regional Health Center, 1105 Sunset Ave., (785) 776-3300 or 1823 College Ave. www.mercyhealthcenter.org • Movie Information Line, (785) 776-9886 www.carmike.com • Poison Information Control Center, (800) 332-6633 • Riley County Fire Depart., (785) 537-6333 • Riley County Humane Society (785) 776-8433, www.rchsks.org • Riley County Police Depart., (785) 537-2112 • Road and Weather Conditions Hotline, (800) 585-ROAD • TDD Kansas Relay Center, (800) 766-3777 • Weatherline, (785) 776-3111 • Tuttle Creek Lake Info., (785) 539-7941 or (785) 539-8511, www.kdwp.state.ks.us Fort Riley • Fort Riley Information, (785) 239-3911, www.riley.army.mil • Fort Riley Soldier and Family Support, (785) 239-9435 • In-Processing, (785) 239-2119 • Picerne Military Housing Relocation Office, (785) 717-2258 • Army Lodging Reservations, (785) 239-2830 • School Liaison Office, (785) 239-1558

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