Located on the shores of Lake Taneycomo, Branson Landing is the premier place to visit for shopping, entertainment and dining. In fact, the Branson Landing has quickly gained recognition as a dining destination due to its different restaurant options. Each eatery features a special cuisine, including Mexican, steak, seafood, barbeque and pizza.
Some of my favorite restaurants at Branson Landing include:
Black Oak Grill: Comfort food with a modern twist is served at Black Oak Grill. The lodge-inspired décor and rustic design will make you feel right at home. Recommendations: Mom’s Meatloaf and the Country Fried Chicken.
Buffalo Wild Wings: The ultimate sports bar, Buffalo Wild Wings has over 80 televisions, a wide beer selection and tasty American fare. Famous for their wings, there are boneless and bone-in options, as well as twenty ways to sauce up your pick. Recommendations: Mango Habanero Boneless Wings, Desert Heat Bone-In Wings, Southwest Chicken Queso Wrap and Parmesan Garlin Chicken Flatbread.
Cantina Laredo: Authentic Mexican food is served in a upscale atmosphere perfect for a night out in Branson. On warm evenings you can dine on the patio and have a front row seat to the dazzling fire and water fountain show. Recommendations: Chile Relleno, Fajitas Tres, Camarones Escondidos and of course, the house margaritas.
Famous Dave’s BBQ: Famous Dave’s is one of the best Branson barbeque joints. Stop in for award-winning barbeque, tasty sauces and scrumptious sides just like mom used to make. Recommendations: Southside Rib Tips and Georgia Chopped Pork.
Garfield’s: Great times happen at Garfield’s, a full service restaurant perfect for get-togethers with family and friends. A diverse menu and fantastic location overlooking Lake Taneycomo make this a popular dining option. Recommendations: Cajun Chicken Pasta and Crispy Fried Catfish.
Joe’s Crab Shack: Get a taste of the Gulf Coast right here in Branson. Joe’s Crab Shack has a laid back, fish camp atmosphere where all different kinds of crab are served up in a variety of ways. Recommendations: Crab Stuffed Shrimp and Joe’s Classic Steampot.
Level 2 Steakhouse: Treat yourself to Branson’s newest fining dining experience – Level 2 Steakhouse. Top rated chefs create culinary dishes using locally grown produce, fresh seafood from Hawaii and 28-day aged corn fed Midwest beef. Recommendations: Filet Mignon and Chicken Oscar.
Old Chicago: Delicious handmade pizzas and line-up of over 100 beers make Old Chicago a great place to relax while you’re on vacation. Recommendations: Chicago 7 Deep Dish Pie and Classic Lasagna.
Texas Land and Cattle: A Texas-themed menu boasting a variety of mesquite grilled specialties like steaks, chicken ribs and seafood, all set in a classy yet relaxing environment, make this restaurant a top dining choice. Recommendations: Jalapeno Marinated Skirt Steak and Boneless Ribeye.
White River Fish House: For a unique experience try this restaurant, which literally floats on Lake Taneycomo. Inspired by the Ozarks, the setting draws from the rich history of the area as does the menu. Recommendations: Venison Stuffed Mushrooms and Pan Fried Trout.
Waxy O’Shea’s Irish Pub: Grab a bite to eat and enjoy live music when you dine at Waxy’s. The Irish-inspired menu has a wide selection of options, including classics and specialties. Recommendations: Ellis Island Reuben Sandwich and Fish and Chips.
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