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The pizzerias in Topeka have never strayed from their Italian heritage and so Topeka is known for thick crust pizza. It's the standard pie bake that consumers have been devouring for decades in North America and even after the introduction of an Americanized version, New York-style, thick crust still reigns supreme. Thick crust is a great pizza no matter how it's baked and there are a variety of methods used by the pizzerias in Topeka. Whether they bake in brick ovens, coal or wood-fired ones, or standard gas or electrically powered, thick crust is a substantial bite that can quell the most voracious of appetites. What makes it so satisfying? The combination of crusty dough, herby tomato sauce, and melted cheese is what does the job so well. Add something extra like pepperoni, bacon, or vegetables, and a pizza even becomes elevated to a whole new level.
If you're sitting at home feeling hungry and have decided you need a pizza give the Pizzeria Via Family Dining a call. They make the best delivery pizza in Topeka and have been doing it from their premises on Gage Boulevard in the Gage Boulevard Plaza for quite some time. While the Pizzeria Via Family Dining's interior furnishings have an old-fashioned appearance, there's nothing antiquated about their pies. Via Family has some exciting ingredient combinations which will make your mouth water just by reading the menu. The Brazilian Inferno is a definite must-try for any spice fan as it’s loaded with a habanero infused tomato sauce, jalapenos and to add just a touch of sweetness, pineapple. For something not quite so tongue-tickling, opt for their Tutto Carne, Pancetta, or go all-American with a cheeseburger topped pizza.
After taking the family for a visit to the Topeka Zoo and Conservation Center, they'll probably be in need of feeding. You can get the best take-out pizza in Topeka from nearby on South West Wanamaker Street from a pizzeria called Cici's. Cici's is located at the front of the West Ridge Mall right in front of the parking lot so you'll have no problem pulling up close by in your car. You can see right into Cici's premises through the plate-glass front and what you'll see is a bright, spacious dining hall that's basically, but comfortably, furnished. Cici's has a great range of pies including thick crust, deep dish, and stuffed crust so it may take you a while to decide what base you want. They're flexible with toppings too so whichever base you choose, you’ll have it finished off exactly how you want.
When you live in the state of Kansas you know you're going to have to go out of your way by a few miles to get to the nearest city which has anything of interest. Take an hour's drive west from Topeka and you'll find yourself arriving in Manhattan. It's not the New York Manhattan by any means but still worth a visit. Before you get right into the suburbs, stop off at the Konza Prairie Kansas Valley Lookout Point on KS-177. From there you can see right across Kansas and it's pretty scenic to say the least. To learn about the prairies, drop in at the Flint Hills Discovery Center after having a wander around the city's historic district, then head to Pizza Shuttle on Claflin Road for a pie lunch.
If you're a nature lover or have kids that are interested in dinosaurs, take them over to Lawrence, a city around twenty-five miles east of Topeka. In Lawrence, you'll be able to visit the KU Natural History Museum where there are some fascinating dinosaur fossils as well as live exhibits of insect species. If creepy crawlies aren't your thing, take a look around the Spencer Museum of Art on the University of Kansas campus before taking a table at Glory Days Pizza on West 6th Street for a drink and a meal.
Baldwin City is around forty-five minutes drive south of Topeka and a great spot to visit for fans of military history or fishing. Just outside the city is the Black Jack Battlefield which is the site of an 1856 battle of the Civil War. For anglers, there's the Douglas State Fishing Lake which is teeming with all kinds of fish. The lake is surrounded by over five hundred acres of wildlife preserve so is also ideal for hiking around or bird spotting. After you've had enough time exploring, head into Baldwin City and enjoy a pizza at Flatlanders Pizzeria on Ames Street.
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