Branson Thanksgiving Dining

November is one of the best times to visit Branson. Besides being surrounded by the beautiful explosion of colors of an Ozark's Fall season, you can also feel colder weather. The town will be lit up in dazzling Christmas lights in preparation for Christmas, shows will be in full swing, and great shopping malls will be open! But most importantly, Thanksgiving would be all over the city. So you better not miss out on the festivals and special events and don't forget to take in the beauty of Missouri's most pristine lakes!Branson Thanksgiving Turkey

As you can see, thanksgiving in Branson is one of the most celebrated events in the city. Both locals and tourists gather their families for one big celebration. Branson, Missouri is an entertainment capital in the Midwest, and all of the fun and excitement will surely be present during thanksgiving! Truly, there are so many things to be thankful for.

A Branson Thanksgiving is not just another Thanksgiving celebration. You can have all the entertainment Branson, Missouri has to offer. You can wait for your mom to finish cooking your Thanksgiving turkey, but you could also come to Branson and have more than just a turkey! What is thanksgiving without some delicious thanksgiving meals, right? Here are some of the Branson restaurants you just might want to try during your Branson Thanksgiving. These restaurants would definitely cater to your thanksgiving cravings all on the 28th of November!

Level 2 Steakhouse – Thanksgiving Day Brunch

From 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, let Level 2 Steakhouse's chefs do all the cooking, baking, and basting. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your brunch and some quality family time over a unique Thanksgiving meal at your table. For only $38.00 per person, you will burp with joy at Level 2 Steakhouse! For reservations and for more details, dial 1-417-243-3433.

2013 Keeter Center at College of the Ozarks Thanksgiving Day Brunch

On your Thanksgiving Day Brunch, let our culinary staff of students at Dobyns Dining Room offer something for every taste. You can also enjoy student entertainment on Thursday through Saturday evening from the wide range of musical talent on our campus and an antique and custom car show. And not just that, but you can also check out or Bakery at any time of the day for some pastries, desserts, homemade style ice cream, and a variety of coffee and fruit drinks. Reservations for groups or 4 people or less should be at 10:00 am, 11:30 am, and 1:30 pm. For groups of 5 people or more, reservations would be accepted at 10:00 am, 12:00 pm, and 2:00 pm. Adults would be charged $34.95, children ages 5 to 12 years old $13.95, and children under 5 would be free of charge. For reservations or for more details, dial 1-417-690-2146.

Chateau on the Lake – Thanksgiving Day Brunch

Be at the Chateau on the Lake on Thanksgiving Day for a heart-warming brunch with your whole family. Fill your tummies with our finest salads, fruits, cheeses, shellfish, entrée, side dishes, carved meats, and desserts! Adults will be charged $48.00, children ages 6 to 12 years old $22.00, and children under 5 are free of charge as long as with an adult. For reservations and for more details, dial 1-888-333-5253..

Main Street Lake Cruises On The Landing Princess Yacht – Thanksgiving Day Dinner

On the 22nd of November, be at the Branson Landing Lakefront and have a Lake Cruise on The Landing Princess Yacht. The first cruise departs at 12:00 pm and returns at 2:00 pm, while the second cruise departs at 3:00 pm and returns at 5:00 pm. Warm your hearts with roasted turkey and baked ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, seasonal vegetables, roasted sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, tossed mandarin orange salad, warm dinner rolls, pumpkin cheesecake, and drinks that include coffee, hot tea, soda, and water. Purchase your tickets now!

For lodging purposes when in Branson, go to Thousand Hills Golf Resort where you can have a choice of staying in a Branson cabin or a Branson condo. Spend your Thanksgiving in Branson for the ultimate gastronomic delight.

 

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