Topeka Steakhouse Celebrates 80 Years in Business with New Beer and Other Activities

TOPEKA (KSNT) – The North Star Steakhouse celebrates 80 years of business in the capital on May 31 with the release of a new beer and other fun events.

To help make the day even more memorable, North Star Steakhouse will be launching a new beer, North Star Pilsner, courtesy of the on-site Blind Tiger Brewery. They also plan to celebrate that night with a slow-opening anniversary launch event and will have cake and specials to share with guests.

(Courtesy photo/Jeffrey Schell)

“The North Star has not only survived, but has thrived thanks to the hard work of four different families and countless dedicated team members to ensure its success. Our guests truly make The North Star what it has become, and it is their continued support that we want to honor and share this moment with them. – North Star Steakhouse press release.

A summer series of interactive dinner theaters will also take place and will focus on some of the stories of original North Star owner William E. Jug Robinson, a known bootlegger. The title of the show is “Jug’s Jugs got him in a Jug” and will feature local actors for the performance as well as longtime crew members.

To view the North Star Steakhouse website and menu, Click here.

Sara H. Byrd