The Prairie Nut Hut in Altoona, Kansas is a unique little bar and grill that is worth a visit. Nominated for the 8 Wonders of Kansas Cuisine. | Originally opened in the 1940s or 50s (the present owners are uncertain), the Prairie Nut Hut was operated as the A Tavern and well known for serving mountain oysters until closing in the 1980s. It was reopened mid 1990s, and is now a fun place to get generous servings of hamburgers, chicken fried steak and mountain oysters.
The Bunker Hill Cafe is located in a 1917 limestone building that was originally a drugstore and soda fountain. Over the years, the building changed from a drugstore to a cafe to a pool hall to the present restaurant. Bunker Hill, Kansas (NW region) | This little steakhouse is a real gem. One of only a handful of businesses in the tiny community of Bunker Hill Cafe is a great little steakhouse, just a mile of I-70 in Bunker Hill, Kansas. It is open just 4 nights a week. Cash Only.