THE BEST OF LOCAL FOOD
If you’ve been to Branson, then you realize that there are a lot of restaurants to choose from when dinner time moves around. For those who have never been to Branson, you’ll be astonished to see the line of Branson Restaurants on the strip – good luck picking one.
DANNA’S BBQ & BURGER SHOP
Danna’s BBQ and Burger Shop is a family business with a home-town feel. They serve up generous meat dishes, sandwiches, and salads of mixed greens that make your mouth water. Their claim to fame is smoked meats. They are marinated and slow cooked to perfection. Champ of a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor, the restaurant has gotten honors and excellent surveys for its completely heavenly food. Treat yourself from their menu an incredible Smoked Pit Plate, which comes pulled the meat, pulled pork, smoked sausages, half a chicken, ribs, coleslaw, Memphis rolls and beans – you won’t leave hungry.
MEL’S HARD LUCK DINER
Mel’s Hard Luck Diner is a 1950s restaurant that showcases artists, musicians, and performers. They have awesome food and a casual atmosphere. Listen to favorite specialists while you feast on dishes. Dishes include flame broiled chicken plate of mixed greens presented with cut almonds, eggs, tomato, cucumbers and bread garnishes on a bed of lettuce. On the other hand, taste a bonafide American burger presented with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles, and fries. They also serve delicious milkshakes. With an expansive menu and the ideal atmosphere to unwind and appreciate music from the 60s, this dinner is an extraordinary spot to feast with family and friends.
BILLY GAIL’S CAFE
If you are searching for good portion sizes and tasty food, then Billy Gail’s Café is the place to visit. The restaurant is comfortable log lodge that serves breakfast and lunch. It has a terrific air and friendly administration, and their menu gloats some superb dishes. They serve a scrumptious Camp Breakfast which includes two eggs, sausage, mushrooms, onions, hash browns and cheddar; the cafe’s food will delight. Other must try alternatives are their French pecan cakes and their four eggs omelet.