A New Bar and Grill Opens its Doors in Junction City

Ike’s Place Bar and Grill opened it’s doors Tuesday in Junction City.

A ribbon cutting was held by the Junction City Area Chamber of CommerceIKES RIBBON Tuesday morning at the restaurant, located in the former Country Kitchen location along Goldenbelt Boulevard.

The sports bar pays tribute to former United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower and has multiple pictures and pieces of Eisenhower memorabilia inside.

The hope is to be able to attract soldiers from Fort Riley to the restaurant because of Eisenhower’s military background according to Kasey Hanney, Ike’s Place General Manager,”Just to experience a little bit of his history, his background and a few photos and memorabilia.”

Ike’s Place offers a wide variety of food on it’s menu from pasta and seafood to steaks and vegetarian options.

The restaurant is open Sunday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 12 a.m..

Hanney said the restaurant has a proven track record because there is also an Ike’s Place Bar and Grill located in Abilene which has been in business for two years.

  • SmallFry

    KACEY HANNEY…..not Karen….

  • sheila

    It would be so much better if it was opened for dinner as well. There are not enough places to eat dinner here in J.C. Always have to go to Manhattan.

    • Dave

      It is open for dinner. It is open 11:00 am to 10:00 pm Sun-Thur and until Midnight on Friday and Saturday. I have eaten at the Ike’s in Abilene many times and it is great! Especially Prime Rib on Fridays. Their menu is so creative!