Comfort Inn West
3601 Shepherd of the Hills
Branson, MO 65616
Phone: (417) 334-8694
Fax: (417) 334-1037
3601 Shepherd of the Hills, Branson, MO, US, 65616
- Phone: (417) 334-8694
- Fax: (417) 334-1037
If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
The film at Branson's mammoth IMAX Theater chronicles the history of Ozark Mountain music as well as the life of the McFarlain family. At the restaurant located in the IMAX Entertainment Complex, you can get a taste of the McFarlain family kitchens. The Sweet Potato Fries and Fried Green 'Maters appetizer (USD4.99) is a great way to get a sampling of coming attractions. Follow it up with a true chicken potpie (USD7.49), which consists of tender roasted chicken breast, garden fresh vegetables and homemade gravy under a flaky piecrust.
This wonderful little cafe is located in the Quality Inn, and if you are looking for great food in a relaxed atmosphere, this is the place to go. The menu includes a number of appetizers and salads if you are looking for something on the lighter side. For something heavier, try one of the gourmet pizzas, which come with your choice of toppings for less than $10. In addition, the hamburgers here are some of the best in town. The lounge is a great place to stop after a show at the nearby IMAX Entertainment Complex or Shoji Tabuchi Theatre.
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
This sprawling, white-columned restaurant on The Strip is regularly voted as Branson's best buffet by readers of the local paper. If the building looks impressive to you from the outside, wait until you see the inside. Live plants, including impressive climbing ivies, drape from the soffits. The all-you-can eat dinner buffet ($9.95) offers large pieces of chicken fried in a batter that would make even Colonel Sanders cry. And if the chicken is not enough, try the catfish, which is prepared three ways: Cajun, breaded and baked. There is a smaller buffet section for a more health-conscious diet, but hey, you are on vacation, so live a little!
Ten years ago, country crooner, Mickey Gilley brought a little bit of the Lone Star to Branson. Now, he serves it up in ladles overflowing with spicy chili, along with barbeque, burgers and Tex-Mex grub. At this Texas-sized restaurant, a colorful mural depicting a Southwest desert scene wraps around the walls. But you will not spend much time admiring the artwork. From the minute you are seated, you will be preoccupied with eating some of the finest chow in town. The popular Wild Bull Chili is a local favorite. If you are after something a little heartier, try the Heart of Texas Rib Eye.
For the last decade, this restaurant has been serving up family fare at affordable prices to Branson locals and visitors alike. With space for more than 180 guests, the restaurant welcomes buses and tour groups with its all-you-can-eat breakfast, lunch, dinner and seafood buffets. Light wood paneling graces the walls, which house the numerous awards this restaurant has earned. The tables are also made of wood and are decorated with linen napkins and fresh-cut flowers. The breakfast buffet is probably the most extensive in Branson, with fresh fruits taking up half of the buffet table. For dinner, the seafood buffet, complete with steamed clams, crab legs and frog legs.
It's a pure country and western, don't-mess-with-Texas type of atmosphere here at this massive steakhouse. The dining room seats more than 200 guests and the bar regularly hosts celebrity guest bartenders. Since this is a steakhouse, most of the sides are carbohydrate rich and not on your cardiologist's favorites list. Needless to say, almost everything on the menu comes from the bovine, yet there are still some fish and chicken options, albeit few. For complete menu, check out BT's website.
This place radiates style and good taste, and the food served here mirrors these qualities. Art deco chrome furnishings and decorations recall the 1940s and 1950s and create a laid-back atmosphere that local patrons return for time and time again. The char-broiler here kicks out favorites such as the beef kabob (USD12.95), two skewers laden with beef, onion and garden vegetables. The breakfast buffet is full of pancakes, fruit and incredible freshly baked breads and pastries. The venue opens at 5 p.m on Saturdays and 4 p.m on Sundays.
This is truly a palace among Chinese food establishments. Across the strip from the Osmond Family Theater, this restaurant is set up to handle a lot of people, and it does so in style. There is a multi-page menu available, but then again, why do you need a menu when the buffet has more than 24 entrees as well as three- or four-dozen side choices? The all-you-can-eat lunch buffet runs around $8, and the dinner one goes for about $10. Try the Crab Rangoon, Orange Chicken, or fresh beef mushroom. A dessert bar awaits those who really didn't eat all they could during their regular meal.
This place was in Branson before Branson was in vogue. It stayed alive by serving discriminating Missourians some of the very best barbecue in the area. Now Joe serves up his world-renowned barbecue to visitors from all over the world. Daily lunch and dinner specials include all-you-can-eat pork riblets and barbecue sandwiches (beef, pork or ham, depending on the day). You will be amazed at Uncle Joe's homemade barbecue sauce.
The ' Circle B Theater', located in Downtown is one of its kind. The interiors and ambiance of the place are just perfectly done to match the cowboy show. The rustic setting of the place will surely give you a different feel. The "Circle B Chuckwagon & Cowboy Music Show" held here is well known and different, as it serves the chuckwagon style dinner, making your experience an unforgettable one. So come over with loved ones and enjoy dinning, as you get entertained.