Branson Dining Options
With over 350 different restaurants in Branson, you're sure to find just the right place to delight your taste buds during your visit to Branson. Offering everything from gourmet dining to fast food, Branson's restaurants are sure to be pleasing, whatever your taste.
If you're looking for fine dining, Branson has high class options. The Plaza View Restaurant is located at the top of the Branson Grand Plaza Hotel and offers a magnificent view of the city. Along with excellent entrees and appetizers, Plaza View offers a variety of fine wines and cocktails. Another choice hotel restaurant is Buckingham's Restaurant at the Palace Inn Hotel, which has a unique safari motif. If you're looking for a romantic dinner for two, Top of the Rock Restaurant is a top choice. Guests of Top of the Rock may enjoy eating in a private, airy room overlooking Table Rock Lake and choose from a menu of wood-fired pizzas, fresh pasta dishes, and grilled items. Another restaurant that offers a beautiful view of the lake is the Chateau Grille at Chateau on the Lake, which is known for its elegance and extraordinary cuisine.
For a view of Lake Taneycomo and downtown Branson while you dine, visit the Candlestick Inn, which specializes in steak and seafood. For family dining, Branson offers not only the usual restaurants, Cracker Barrel, Dennys, Country Kitchen, Red Lobster, IHOP, and Ruby Tuesdays, to name a few but also some Branson exclusives, such as McFarlain's Family Restaurant. McFarlain's serves up fine Ozark cooking along with hospitality and fun. Another fun restaurant for the family is BTBones, which has a Texas roadhouse atmosphere and live music in the evenings. The Hard Luck Diner also offers its guests entertainment with a singing wait staff.
When it comes to dinner and entertainment, singing servers and live bands are not the only forms of music with meals that Branson offers. In Branson, one will find many dinner theatres where you can enjoy first-rate meals and shows. The Showboat Branson Belle offers lunch, early dinner, and evening cruises. With their cast of Showstoppers and live orchestra, guests will enjoy unforgettable musical and comedy performances. Let us also not forget Branson's famous Dixie Stampede, which features a four course meal including chicken, pork loin, corn on the cob, seasoned potato wedges, and more along with a brilliant show of horsemanship and comedy. Another four course dinner including entréeée selections such as mesquite grilled chicken, steak, and lobster and shrimp is available prior to Branson's ultimate variety show, The Magnificent 7 Show.
Also, if you're going to see the Hughes Brothers while you're in Branson, you can enjoy a splendid dinner prior to the show at an elegant candlelit table. For a vintage feel, sit down to an elegant four course dinner at the Lodge of the Ozark's Club Vegas during Bob Anderson's Dinner Show, where guests will enjoy the music of Tony Bennet, Tom Jones, and Bobby Darin performed by Bob Anderson and a delightful 1940s Supper Club motif. If you're looking for a more country themed meal and show, you should visit Buck Trent's Breakfast Show and the Circle B. Chuck Wagon. For Buck Trent, guests are invited to a sit-down buffet breakfast at the Grand Country Buffet before seeing the show at Grand Country Theatre. The Circle B Chuck Wagon offers an all-you-can eat meal during their famous Cowboy music show.
Whether you're looking to have a quiet meal for two or a house an entire convention, see a show while you eat, or just take the kids out for some home cooked goodness, Branson's restaurants will sufficiently serve your needs and satisfy your appetite.