4 Evergreen Kansas LLC

“I wanted to use an eco-friendly product that would reduce water consumption, help eliminate the need for fertilizers and chemicals that can be harmful to birds and animals.  A product that is lead free and a safe for kids to play ground.” – Steve Workman, owner of 4 Evergreen Kansas 

Having trouble filling in those bare spots on the lawn? Is the dog constantly tearing up the lawn? Contact Steve Workman at 4 Evergreen Kansas and eliminate those landscaping hassles once and for all!

4 Evergreen Kansas has worked together with area lawn and landscape companies to help design and supply synthetic grass that will enhance your landscape projects. Steve Workman is a retired high school teacher who spent 27 years teaching Language Arts at Topeka High School and Highland Park High School. An avid golfer for many years, Steve installed his own backyard putting green, lawn and playground for his family and grandchildren using synthetic turf. After multiple friends started requesting his help with their yards, Steve started his business in 2013. He went on to partner with his former student Oscar Bermudez, owner of Green Care Lawn & Landscape, for multiple installation projects. 

4 Evergreen Kansas utilizes ProGreen Synthetic Turf. ProGreen looks and feels like real grass and is both family and eco-friendly. 

Contact Steve to transform your backyard today! 

The Pennant

The Pennant is the latest dining sensation to hit Downtown Topeka. Debuting in March 2018, the restaurant is steadily gaining a reputation for its gourmet bar food and various forms of entertainment. Utilizing the building’s unique architecture to include a bowling alley, vintage arcade and a beer garden, The Pennant carved out a one of a kind image for itself. However, if you take a closer look you’ll find various treasured reminders of the building’s  history. Diners can admire the original tile from Jenkins Music Shop, formally located on the first floor, and when visiting the second floor patrons can take a moment to appreciate a commemorative mural which, in addition to depicting key moments of Topeka’s history, pays homage to The Pennant’s namesake, the Pennant Cafeteria, which was once located on the second floor. 

What’s on the menu?

The Pennant utilizes local partners to develop the menu. This includes spices from Moburts, local greens from Salem Farm, and gluten free buns from Shana Cake. Chef Pedro Concepcion has also set his sights on working with the local Farmers Market to craft future dishes. 

Some of The Pennant’s signature menu items include: 

The Big Apple, a pork belly burger covered in hickory smoked cheddar cheese and oven baked apple chips

Beety Goodness, a beet quinoa patty piled with brussels sprouts beet relish and creamy herb goat cheese sauce

Mac and Cheese Bites, mac and cheese bites served with chipotle ranch 

And for dessert diners can indulge in a signature shake, like the Praline Delight, or a drunken shake, like the Silly Jelly Donut (contains strawberry vodka).