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Powercat Sports Grill Is Back in Business in Manhattan

Manhattan, KS (September 26th, Press Release)

Powercat Sports Grill on the west side of Manhattan is back open and serving hungry K-State fans after heavy rain caused flood damage on Labor Day.

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According to Powercat Sports Grill’s general manager, Bo Harris, “It took a lot of people and local support to get the restaurant cleaned up and ready to pass inspection. It was important to reopen as soon as possible because we employ about 70 community members including students from K-State, but the safety of our team members and guests was the top priority. Luckily, we all came together and were able to reopen in about a week and a half.”

Powercat Sports Grill is a family-friendly, full-service sports bar and grill located at 3011 Anderson Ave on the west side of Manhattan next to Genesis Health Club. Powercat Sports Grill is known for its wings, burgers, and wood-fired pizzas— as well as its unique atmosphere and 90-inch TV.

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The restaurant seats 120 guests, and hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

“Now we just want to make sure everyone knows we’re back open for business!” said Harris.

To see the menu, visit the Powercat Sports Grill website at www.powercatsportsgrill.com.

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