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Branson, MO

In the Heart of the Ozarks

Things To Do: Restaurants

Billy Gail's

This infamous diner is a must stop during your visit to Branson. Bring cash or you’ll be washing dishes at this hillbilly-chic log cabin that features walls decorated in vintage flea market finds. You’ll receive heaping portions of breakfast or lunch, including pancakes bigger than your plate. Try the Sloppy Biscuit, a biscuit heaped with cheese, sausage and an egg smothered with country gravy. more...

Level 2 Steakhouse

For a truly delicious and memorable fine-dining experience, head over to the Level 2 Steakhouse located inside the Hilton Branson Convention Center. Beef is their specialty, serving 28-day aged corn-fed Midwest beef, as well as seafood flown in from Hawaii. The food is cooked in a 1,600-degree infrared oven that is extremely hot and quickly sears the outside of the food, producing a more tender steak. You can also join the restaurant’s Cut Club—after five visits you’ll be given a knife engraved with your name to use on future visits. more...

Mel's Hard Luck Diner

Branson's 1950s-themed diner serves up American favorites and great tunes. Servers, hosts, cooks and cashiers are all professional singers, songwriters and musicians who specialize in all the era’s hits. Try a Root Beer float to top of your meal, with entrees averaging less than $10. more...

Top of the Rock Ozarks Heritage Preserve

Top of the Rock Ozarks Heritage Preserve, which opened in 2014, is said to be located at the highest elevation in Taney County. Therefore, if you’re looking for some of the best dining and breathtaking views of the surrounding Ozarks landscape, Top of the Rock’s Osage Restaurant and Buffalo Bar are the place to go. Top of the Rock was opened by Bass Prop Shop founder Johnny Morris to preserve the area’s natural treasures, with conservation and sustainability in mind. If you’re looking for lunch options, Arnie's Barn serves Southwestern-themed delicacies out of its own rotisserie and wood oven. For wine and spirit lovers, don’t forget to descend the stone staircase below the Buffalo Bar to the “End of the Trail” All-American Wine Cellar. Separate rooms allow visitors to taste wine and enjoy fine whiskeys for special events. more...

Vasken's Delicacies

Take in one of this Mediterranean-influenced deli’s numerous salads, pizzas or sandwiches—or try one of their authentic gyros made with rotisserie lamb and beef and stuffed with tzaziki sauce and veggies. Owners Vasken and Staci Haroutounian opened their first Mediterranean deli in Branson in 1997; prior to that they ran successful restaurants in Little Rock, AR, dating back to 1987. They pride themselves on serving fresh, high-quality food, evidenced by the restaurant’s enthusiastic following from the local community. more...

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