What We Ate During Our Branson Vacation

My husband and I spend a few days on vacation in Branson, Missouri over my birthday, We got to see a few attractions and got to see the only show that showing at the time of our visit. There were a lot establishments not open over the time we where there. 

In essence, this is another Tasty Eats post focusing on what we had over our vacation. On the way down to Branson, we decided to stop at the Precious Moments Chapel. Attached to the gift shop is an Italian restaurant. It was time for lunch, so I enjoyed an eggplant Parmesan sub sandwich.

That evening we went to a sea food restaurant. We had a spinach and artichoke dip with crab, a fried seafood platter, and banana foster for dessert. Even sharing this food with my husband, we were very full. It was tasty though.

The last time we were in Branson, we went to a Belgium Waffle and Pancake house for breakfast. Unfortunately this restaurant was closed for the season. So we had Denny's.

Later on we went to a cat café for smoothies.

That evening we Paula Dean Family restaurant. The unique thing about this restaurant is that you order for the table. We got two entrees, fried chicken and short ribs. We got 4 sides, mashed potatoes, poppy seed salad (my favorite), tomato and cucumber salad, and coleslaw. The sides and the entree was all you could eat, so you could not take any home. But you can take dessert home. Dessert was included in the meal. I forgot to get a photo of dinner, but I got a photo of a t-shirt from the gift shop.
And we did bring home dessert, this was mine. It was called ooey gooey butter cake, but it looks (and tastes) more like a cookie than a cake.

For breakfast on our last day there, we hit up Hurts Donut. 
Later on we went to a Guy Fieri restaurant. My husband the cheeseburger, I had BBQ wings, and cheesecake for dessert. This turned out to be the last big meal in Branson.

We did go to a fudge shop, I got a caramel, chocolate, and pecan cover Rice Krispie treat.
On our way back home we stopped at a BBQ place. My husband got a pulled pork sandwich, and I got a cheese burger, with burnt ends on Texas toast.

That wraps up our Branson food tour. There were several restaurants we would of liked to go. But as I mentioned earlier, they were closed for the season. 

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  1. Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party. I appreciate your posts - have a fabulous week,

  2. All the food looked delicious! We especially appreciated the cat cafe! We have only seen one on TV.

  3. Felt like I was in food heaven. Everything looks so delicious.

  4. Thank you for taking part in the "my Sunday Best" meme.

  5. Wow! I am drooling all over my computer!!!! I can't think of the last time I had Bananas Foster - looked so good! And belated Happy Birthday! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!


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