As the oldest shopping district in Kansas, Aggieville offers something exciting for everyone. From shopping to dining to a night out with friends, you'll always leave with a good story and great memories.
Come visit the cozy little district we know and love, and see why we are home to over 100 businesses.
Business of the Month
Being Aggieville's only beach themed bar, Mojo's tries to emulate the laid-back vibes that come with beach life. You'll even get a lei if you tell them it's your birthday. They specialize in tasty but potent rum cocktails, such as the Sharknado, rum soaked gummy bears, and Seashots—easy drinking specialty shots. Mojo's is going to be celebrating their 10 year anniversary this October. Mojo's has specials everyday, including a happy hour Friday and Saturday from 5-8pm where specialty drinks are $4 and all other drinks are half-priced. Hours are Sunday - Thursday 7pm-2am, and Friday and Saturday 5pm-2am.
Aggieville Showdown, Alta Prairie Inc, Anderson Knight Architects, Bank of the Flint Hills, BBN Architects, Bennington State Bank, Bluestem Financial Management, Cat Cans, Central National Bank, Commerce Bank, Eagle Communications, Flint Hills Beverage, Golf USA of Manhattan, Hi-Tech Interiors, Howie's Trash Service, HyVee, KSTATE Credit Union, KSU Student Union Landmark National Bank, Link, Manhatchet, Manhattan Arts Center, Manhattan Broadcasting, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Manhattan Running Company, McCownGordon Construction, McCullough Development, Pepsi-Cola of Manhattan, , Re/Max Destiney Real Estate, Riffel Asset Management, Sink, Gordon, & Associates, S & N Design, The Collegian, United Rentals,
US Foods, Vizypay, Westloop Business Association and WTC
ALTA PRAIRIE INC
wESTLOOP BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
Friends of the 'Ville
Doug "Chappie" Chapman
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"Had a blast in Manhattan great people, great town, Aggieville rocks."
"Aggieville is the place to be on Saturday! Race. Parade. Picnic. Lunch. Dinner. Shopping."
"Great day to spend the afternoon in Aggieville."