Restaurants and Fun in Branson, Missouri
As you know, when I travel, I also think about where we’re going to eat – the FOOD is what’s exciting to me!
So, we’ve been to Columbia and many other parts of Missouri driving through, but were contemplating taking a swing through on our way home to Canada.
We talked about stopping in Branson for some theater and entertainment, but what about the grub?
Firstly, we talked about staying at the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing – It’s supposed to be beautiful and in the center of all the fun, plus, we can stay with our dogs too.
Then, I Googled a couple restaurants and looked at their reviews to find that the Candlestick Inn has some great food.
It’s under new management now and has some stellar reviews thus far. Highlights: calamari, avocado salad, filet mignon and prime rib, stuffed lobster, crab cakes and tomato based crab soup – those all sound yummy to me!
Apparently, it’s upscale, but well worth the price with a great view (of what, I’m not sure, but it was worthy of a few review comments).
Where I would really love to go is Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show! It sounds like Medieval Times, but Dixie Style – (I love Dolly…LOL)
It had really high ratings for food, value, service and atmosphere…
That way, I can get my entertainment and food together! LOL…Have any of you been there? Let me know by Commenting!
We could also stay at the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel – they take pets too and they have a great looking pool!!!
I hope you enjoyed this American Cuisine post on Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time…
Kimberly Edwards 🙂
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