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Dress Code: CASUAL
Polo Lounge on 30th Street is an alternative to the downtown bars and clubs. It is a drinking spot/sports bar but tends to have a decent sized crowd most of the time.
Dress Code: Hutchinson, Kansas nightlife is very informal (except Prairie Dunes). Jeans and a T-shirt work anywhere, but a button-down shirt is better.
There's not a lot of choice for a nightlife spot in Hutchinson, so that means there's bound to be lots of people whereever you can go.Two good night spots are Brick by Brick, which is a small bar more like the dance clubs that I know in Canada -- teenybopper meet market type. A more popular club there is called McGraw's -- I recommend this one!
McGraw's is a country bar, and when I first stepped into this one was my first experience with the country-western scene. It is a huge place with two levels, pool tables, and a giant dance floor. It is here where I learned to two-step and line-dance.
Dress Code: No real dress code here, but it is typical to find lots and lots of ten gallon hats, cowboy boots, and massive belt buckles.
Some of my die hard K-State friends say Aggieville in Manhattan is the only place to be. I don't think that is entirely true. If you are a fun loving person you can have fun in just about any of the bigger cities at night. Most of our good sized towns here in Kansas don't roll up the side walks at sunset in spite of what some people believe. There are quite a few casinos now near Kansas City and also North of Topeka if you enjoy gambling.
Aggieville in Manhatten! There is a huge concentration of bars plus an incredible cruising strip!
Beautiful people intoxicated. Not necesarily unique, but definatly noteworthy!
Dress Code: Dress for the weather and don't be a dork. :)
Looking at the night sky in the country. It is a wonderful site to see. :)
The shooting stars.
Dress Code: any. But its best to look in the winter so I would say a long sleeve shirt and a jacket.
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2300 W. 6th Street, Lawrence, Kansas, 66049, United States
Good for: Families
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