Bradley’s worth trip downtown

Brandon Bills

Located at 844 N. Kansas Ave. in historic downtown Topeka, Bradley’s Corner Cafe is a bit off the beaten path for most Washburn students, but it’s definitely worth the trip.

Bradley’s offers an extensive menu of home-style meals. On the menu are club sandwiches, burgers, soups, salads, and open-faced sandwiches topped with real mashed potatoes. The dinner menu includes home-cooked favorites like meatloaf, roast beef, turkey with dressing, pot roast and chicken fried steak.

For people with a little extra cash in the food budget, Bradley’s also offers steaks, ribs and seafood.

During my trip to Bradley’s, I ordered a roast beef club that was absolutely amazing, tender, thinly sliced roast beef and Swiss cheese on delicious grilled sourdough bread with au jus for dipping. The sandwich was served with a choice of french fries, chips, onion rings or potato salad. I got my sandwich with a heap of fries for a bargain of $6.99.

Bradley’s touts its selections of pies and cinnamon rolls. Depending on the day of the week, pies can include strawberry, German chocolate, rhubarb, coconut, gooseberry and peanut butter, among others.

Desert time was difficult for this reviewer.