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By: Michael Ayo
Just because you’re on vacation in Branson doesn’t mean Valentine’s Day has to be any less romantic or meaningful. While February may seem to be in the “offseason” of entertainment in Branson, there are still plenty of great Valentine’s activities to try out along with a few shows to see.
One of the most relaxing and romantic ways to spend Valentine’s Day is with a couples massage. Several places around Branson offer a number of different spa services and packages, depending on what you are looking for. Spa O2 on Highway 165 and Spa Chateau at Chateau on the Lake are two of the more popular places to visit, though others such as Body Works Day Spa on Green Mountain Drive and City Spatique Day Spa on Shepherd of the Hills are great too.
Aside from the shows and attractions, Branson’s shopping is one of the biggest draws to the town. Whether you want designer clothing, outlet store prices or handcrafted works of art, there are stores to satisfy all your needs in Branson. While it may lack in romance, spending the day shopping is still an acceptable way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. The Branson Landing has several great shops to browse through, and the same can be said for the Grand Village.
From Feb. 7 through Valentine’s Day, Tanger Outlets will be having their “Share the Love at Tanger Outlets” event where you could have a shot to win multiple prizes. Shopping during this week gives you a chance to win a $1,400 Yves Delorme luxury bedding set and a $500 Tanger shopping spree. There will also be a “Tanger Share the Love” team walking throughout the mall giving out random prizes to lucky recipients. The final way to win a great prize during this week is by visiting the Tanger Facebook page and sharing #TangerLove with your friends to enter you in daily prize giveaways. For more information on the “Share the Love at Tanger Outlets” event, visit tangeroutlet.com.
While a vast majority of theaters are still on vacation for the season, two shows will be hosting special Valentine’s Day performances. The Hughes Brothers Theatre will be hosting their “It Celebrates Valentine’s Day Show,” complete with a renewing of vows and a free memory portrait taken. When you buy your tickets, you have the option of adding a candlelight dinner at the theatre before the show with flowers, romantic music and a classic romance movie.
Another show happening on the weekend before Valentine’s Day is “Elvis Live!” at the God and Country Theatres. The first of the special shows will take place on Feb. 11 at 8 p.m. with the “Elvis Live! Aloha from Hawaii” show. Jerry Presley will be reenacting his cousin’s classic performance that was broadcasted via satellite on April 4, 1973. The second will be on Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. in the form of “Elvis Live! Madison Square Garden.” This reenactment will be of Elvis recording his live musical album at Madison Square Garden on June 18, 1972.
If neither of these shows interest you, you can never go wrong gifting tickets in advance to your significant other whenever their favorite show opens for the 2017 season.
Grand gestures are welcomed on Valentine’s Day, and if you are looking to make one this year then the Titanic Museum can help with that. February is Sweetheart Month at the Titanic and you can make reservations for a grand gesture on their Grand Staircase. Whether it is a proposal, engagement photos, a wedding or vow renewals, all can be performed at this attraction. There are also plenty of great gifts to pick up for your sweetheart inside the gift shop that include jewelry and perfumes.
When all else fails, you can never go wrong taking your Valentine out for a nice dinner. There are several fine dining restaurants in Branson to visit on Valentine’s Day, and you are almost guaranteed to find one that matches your taste. Dobyns Dining Room at the Keeter Center and Level 2 Steakhouse are having special Valentine’s Day menus, and others such as Saltgrass Steakhouse offer a fine, quaint atmosphere you are sure to love.
When it comes to Valentine’s Day, just about anything you decide to do will be appreciated by your significant other as long as you put some thought and effort into it. If you are falling short of ideas while in Branson on Feb. 14, try one of the above activities to make this Valentine’s Day one to remember.
Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.
By: Michael Ayo
Photo opportunities are plentiful around the Ozarks and that is especially true during the holiday season. Christmas lights are everywhere and decorations line the buildings along every road. When it comes to Christmas, Branson goes all out. This is evident by the number of Christmas trees located throughout town. If you want a one of a kind photo opportunity to preserve wonderful memories of vacationing to Branson, be sure to snap a picture in front of one of the Christmas trees around town.
Branson Convention Center
One place to check out for a great Christmas tree picture would be the Branson Convention Center in downtown Branson. Aside from hosting any kind of event imaginable in the Ozarks, the Convention Center is home to a 40-foot tall Christmas tree located inside their lobby.
Branson Ferris Wheel
The Branson Ferris Wheel actually has two different photo ops with Christmas trees. The first, and by far biggest, is the Christmas tree that appears on the side of the ferris wheel several times a night through their LED light display. The other is an actual Christmas tree rather than a massive one made of LED lights. This tree is located just to the right of the gateway you enter to ride the ferris wheel.
Branson IMAX Entertainment Complex
If you are up for catching a movie or a show in the Little Opry Theatre while on vacation, you may want to grab a photo with the IMAX Entertainment Complex’s Christmas tree as well. The decorative tree stands tall in their lobby just as you enter the complex.
One of Branson’s most popular shopping centers is also home to one of the most photogenic trees in the Ozarks. The Branson Landing has their Christmas tree located across from the fountains, standing a whopping 65 feet tall. Right below the tree is Santa’s workshop where kids can grab a photo with jolly St. Nick after snapping one in front of the tree.
Dolly Parton’s well-known dinner attraction, “Dixie Stampede,” possesses a fairly large Christmas tree they place just outside the entrance to the building. As you walk along the stables checking out the horses that star in the show, be sure to stop and admire the beautifully decorated tree outside.
Downtown Branson Roundabout
If you have exited off Highway 65 and turned toward downtown Branson, odds are you have traveled through the roundabout that leads to Skaggs Road, Veterans Boulevard and Branson Landing Boulevard. A trip that may be dizzy to some is lit up with beautiful Christmas lights during the holiday season due to the 80-foot tree in the middle of the roundabout. While it may be difficult to approach this tree on foot for a picture, it is still a wonderful sight to see.
The Grand Village Shops
Another popular shopping center in Branson, the Grand Village Shops is home to the largest Christmas store in the state of Missouri, Kringles Christmas Shop. This store is filled with a wide variety of decorations along with themed Christmas trees. After you see everything inside, go outside and view the 14-foot tree the Shops has on display near the road.
Silver Dollar City
When speaking about Christmas in Branson, it is practically impossible to not mention Silver Dollar City. As one of the most popular attractions in town and a nationally recognized theme park, Silver Dollar City is home to over 5 million Christmas lights and 1,000 decorated trees. At the heart of their decorations is a five-story special effects Christmas tree that is constantly changing colors.
Theaters and Attractions Around Town
There are plenty of Christmas trees around town that will not cost you a dime to see, but Branson’s theaters know how to decorate for the holidays as well. Most people come to the live music capital of the universe to see just that; some fantastic live music. Once you see a show at any number of theaters around Branson, be sure to make time to see all the Christmas trees and decorations each individual theater has made time to put up. If you are visiting an attraction, various places have specially themed trees such as the Butterfly Palace and their poinsettia tree.
Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.
By: Michael Ayo
Vacations can be tough on a bank account, especially if you are vacationing during the holiday season. While Branson is one of the most affordable vacation destinations in the country, your wallet can still take a hit while paying for lodging, food and activities. This Christmas, educate yourself on five of the best free activities in Branson during the holiday season so you can have an entertaining, yet affordable, vacation.
Kringles Christmas Shop
Sometimes window shopping is just as fun as going on a shopping spree, and there is no better place in town to check out everything Christmas related than Kringles Christmas Shop. Kringles is the largest Christmas store in the state of Missouri, and features an incredible collection of Christmas decorations including 125 designer-decorated themed trees. While it is plenty of fun checking out all the various ornaments and trees, it is pretty hard to leave the store without buying at least one thing.
See the Lights
The holiday season is a big deal in Branson. Practically every theater unveils some sort of Christmas show, which means their venue is maxed out with Christmas decorations. One great family-bonding activity to try out this season is cruising Highway 76 at night with the family to see the best and brightest Christmas lights the theaters have to offer. You can also visit popular shopping centers such as the Branson Landing and Grand Village Shops for views of colorful lights and decorated Christmas trees. If those aren’t enough, stop by Shepherd of the Hills for a photo op with their lights or drive through downtown Branson to see their festive tree and decorations.
Visit Branson’s Santas
One of the most enjoyable things about the Christmas season is seeing the look on a kid’s face when he or she gets to meet Santa. Santa Claus will be in various spots throughout the Ozarks during the holiday season, and it is always great fun taking the little ones to visit with him. The Branson Landing will have Santa visiting from Nov. 12 through Dec. 24 inside their “Christmas Treehouse.” Bass Pro Shops at the Landing will also have Santa visiting during those same dates along with holiday-themed games and crafts. Lastly, the aforementioned Kringles Christmas Shop will have Santa in store Wednesdays through Sundays during the holiday season and he will be accompanied by live Christmas music.
Another free activity you can take part in this holiday season is one of the two Christmas parades in Branson. The Most Wonderful Time of Year Parade is the first to take place, happening at the Branson landing on Nov. 19. It will start at 10 a.m. and begins at the north end of the Landing, near the Belk Department Store. The parade will travel the length of the outdoor mall, ending at Bass Pro Shops. It will feature Branson stars such as Clay Cooper, the Hughes Brothers, Osmonds, Duttons and many more. Mayor Karen Best will also be a part of the parade along with its grand marshal, Mel Tillis.
The 68th annual Adoration Parade will occur a few weeks later, on Dec. 4. This parade through downtown Branson will start at 6 p.m. with the lighting of the area’s largest nativity scene then follow with a number of beautifully decorated Christmas floats from Branson locals. There are not many activities more joyous and fun than the annual Adoration Parade.
Electrify Christmas Light Show
The Branson Ferris Wheel is one of the newest and most exciting attractions in town. Brought in from Chicago’s Navy Pier this summer by the Track Family Fun Parks, the wheel will be electrified by colorful lights to the tune of holiday music every night during the holiday season. The free show will take place at 9, 10 and 10:55 p.m. each night. If you want a great seat while enjoying a delicious holiday dessert, Andy’s Frozen Custard offers up-close views of the ferris wheel.
Holiday shows and Silver Dollar City are on most people’s to-do list when vacationing to Branson during the Christmas season. If you’re looking for something more economical, or just need to pass the time between other scheduled events, be sure to check out these five free activities this Christmas.
Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.
By: Michael Ayo
Now that Halloween has come and gone, and the Veterans Day festivities are starting to begin, the next major holiday to look forward to is Thanksgiving. It’s hard not to love Thanksgiving; from family gatherings and delicious food to football on television all day long, there is always something to be thankful for. If you’re planning on spending Thanksgiving Day in Branson this year, you will definitely need to know not only where you can get a feast of a meal, but also what activities are going on.
One of the first places you will see on Branson’s Strip after exiting Highway 65 is the Bob Evans Restaurant. This place is a great meal option any day of the week, and it only gets better on Thanksgiving. Not only will breakfast be served all day, but they will also be serving a special holiday menu. You can choose between entrées of slow-roasted turkey, hickory-smoked ham, or slow-roasted pork and mushrooms. From there you will have a choice of three sides such as mashed potatoes, corn, macaroni and cheese and more. After that you choose between breads such as pumpkin, cinnamon coffee and banana, and finish it all off with a choice of pumpkin supreme or fall harvest pumpkin pie.
Another classic place to visit for an old-fashioned, country Thanksgiving feast is Cracker Barrel. Located on the opposite end of Highway 76 from Bob Evans, Cracker Barrels all over the country fed 1.4 million people last year for Thanksgiving and expect to serve just as many in 2016. Their holiday menu includes home-style turkey and dressing along with gravy, sugar-cured ham, cranberry relish and your choice of three sides. Those sides could be anything from mashed potatoes and green beans to corn and fried okra.
Brunch at the Keeter Center
If brunch is more your style for a Thanksgiving meal, you’ll need to check out Dobyns Dining Room at College of the Ozarks’ Keeter Center. The brunch menu will have all the classic options such as breakfast items and fresh fruits, cheeses and salads. In addition to the usual menu, there will be a special menu featuring roast turkey, prime rib and smoked ham to pair with a number of traditional sides.
Grand Country Buffet
Grand Country is known for more than just their great shows. The Grand Country Buffet serves some of most delicious, country-style cooking you will find in the Ozarks and that is especially true on Thanksgiving Day. If you want to catch a show such as the “Grand Jubilee” or “Amazing Pets” before or after dinner, that’s fine because the buffet is open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. They’ll serve all your favorites such as turkey and the classic trimmings, and what makes it better is it’s all you can eat.
One other great buffet option in Branson is where you can normally find Barbara Fairchild performing, the Golden Corral on Shepherd of the Hills Expressway. While she won’t be performing on the holiday, this restaurant will have a number of delicious Thanksgiving options to choose from. Those options include carved or sliced turkey, chicken and steaks with sides such as sweet potatoes, casseroles, mashed potatoes and various other vegetables.
Branson Landing Turkey Trot
Before you dig in to a wonderful Thanksgiving feast, you may want to watch, or even participate in, the Turkey Trot 5K at the Branson Landing. This will take place at 8 a.m. at the shopping center along the shores of Lake Taneycomo, and is hosted by the Ozarks Running Club. If you are interested in participating, be sure to visit ozarksrunningclub.com to register.
On Nov. 23 and 24, the “It” show at the Hughes Brothers Theatre will have their “We’re Thankful for You” show. This will be a special 10 a.m. performance combining a Thanksgiving theme with the normal Christmas show being performed at the time. If you are one that loves being in the Christmas spirit but also enjoys celebrating Thanksgiving, this is the show for you.
Main Street Lake Cruises – Landing Princess
One other fun activity you can experience on Thanksgiving Day is a Main Street Lake Cruise aboard the “Landing Princess.” This yacht will only cruise once on the holiday, departing at 12:30 p.m. The “Landing Princess” yacht is an elegant and relaxing way to spend the day, and each ride on the boat features a spectacular view of the Landing’s fountain show. As for the menu, the “Landing Princess” will serve tossed Mandarin orange salad, roasted turkey, baked ham, roasted sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, stuffing, seasonal vegetables, warm dinner rolls and pumpkin pie cheesecake.
Branson is always great for visiting during the holiday season, and that is especially true for Thanksgiving. If you find yourself vacationing to Branson during the holiday this November, be sure to check out one of these Thanksgiving-themed meals or activities.
Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.
By: Michael Ayo
Fall and winter are absolutely beautiful in Branson. Between the fall colors and the Christmas lights, your senses will be overwhelmed with beauty as you drive through town. Whether you are planning a vacation in November or December, there are a number of fantastic activities and festivities to experience. So much so that it is hard to narrow it down, but Choose Branson did its best.
10. Adoration Parade, Dec. 4
The 68th annual Adoration Parade will take place through downtown Branson on Sunday, Dec. 4. It starts with the annual lighting of the area’s largest nativity scene then the parade follows through town. On this night of celebration, no organization is highlighted and nothing is promoted, it’s just some good, old-fashioned Christmas festivities.
9. Lazy Magnolia Carriage Company
There is no shortage of Christmas lights throughout the city of Branson, and there is no better way to view them than from a horse-drawn carriage. The Lazy Magnolia Carriage Company operates out of downtown Branson and gives you a beautiful and elegant carriage ride through town, making it a great activity for the holiday season.
8. Branson Landing
The Branson Landing is absolutely stunning during the holiday season. Festive decorations line the boardwalk and a 50-foot Christmas tree stands tall in the Landing’s town square. When you make a trip to the Landing, you can take in the beauty of Lake Taneycomo, view the holiday decorations and visit Santa Claus at Bass Pro Shops.
7. Ozark Mountain Christmas Lights and Village
This festive village is located off Buena Vista Road in Branson, and features 200 displays and over 1 million Christmas lights. Paired with the light displays are holiday-themed crafts available for purchase along with homemade fudge, kettle corn, hot chocolate and s’mores. Once you have seen the lights and sampled the holiday snacks, view the life-size nativity scene and be sure to take the kids to go see Santa.
6. Holiday Shopping
Branson is a shopping haven, and it is made even better during the holiday season. Malls such as the Branson Landing and Tanger Outlets have impeccable deals during the holidays, or if you want something directly catered toward Christmas, check out Kringles Christmas Store at the Grand Village Shops. Kringles is the largest Christmas store in the state of Missouri, and features an incredible collection of Christmas decorations including 125 designer-decorated themed trees.
5. Shepherd of the Hills
The Shepherd of the Hills Homestead turns into a Christmas wonderland during the holiday season. Instead of the usual “Roundup on the Trail” show, the “Christmas on the Trail” show plays for eager visitors. While you listen to classic holiday music, you will enjoy a chuckwagon dinner like no other complete with maple-smoked turkey breast, a whole-flame roasted ear of corn, cornbread and Dutch-oven cobbler. Once you have seen the show, be sure to visit the Trail of Lights that features two and a half miles of animated displays, three-dimensional characters and multi-colored lights.
4. Polar Express
Throughout the months of November and December, the Branson Scenic Railway transforms into the Polar Express. This holiday-themed train ride takes you on a magical trip through the Ozarks while supplying you with hot cocoa and freshly baked cookies.
3. Veterans Homecoming Week
One holiday that may not be as important as Christmas to most is an incredibly big deal in Branson. Veterans Day is widely celebrated throughout the Ozarks and there is a whole week of events dedicated to it. Branson’s Veterans Homecoming Weekkicks off on Nov. 5 and lasts through Nov. 11. Events include special performances from “Baldknobbers Jamboree,” “Golden Sounds of the Platters” and more. There will also be special ceremonies and activities for veterans in attendance. The week will conclude with the 83rd annual Veterans Day Parade through downtown Branson.
2. Holiday Shows
There are several shows throughout November and December that put on special performances for the holidays. “It” at the Hughes Brothers Theatre puts on a special show for Thanksgiving along with a wonderful Christmas show. Other shows such as Shoji Tabuchi, “Haygoods” and “Dixie Stampede” provide a completely different performance during the holiday season.
1. An Old Time Christmas Festival at Silver Dollar City
Silver Dollar City’s “An Old Time Christmas” has been recognized by USA Today, CNN Travel, The Travel Channel, Good Morning America, AOL Travel, Yahoo! Travel and MSN.com as a top holiday celebration in America. This festival includes 5 million lights, 1,000 decorated trees and a five-story special effects Christmas tree. There are also wonderful Christmas shows inside the park such as “The Living Nativity,” “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “A Dickens’ Christmas Carol” and the Frisco Sing-Along Steam Train. Rudolph’s Holly Jolly Christmas Light Parade marches through the streets twice each evening as well.
Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.
The following is a press release received from ChooseBranson.com regarding their upcoming event at the Branson Landing.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (August 3, 2016)
Branson Landing to Host First Ever Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash
The Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash will be held at the Branson Landing Fountain and feature Mayor Best along with several local entertainers.
Branson, MO (August 3, 2016) – The first ever Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash will be held on Friday, Aug. 19 at 5 p.m. in front of the Branson Landing Fountain. This unique event will be hosted by Terry Wayne Sanders, a Branson entertainer/comedian most known for his roles as a crazy German inventor by the name of Doc Harris and prison warden at Silver Dollar City. He also stars in the show “Classic Country’s Patsy Cline and Friends” at the Americana Theatre.
The Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash will feature five groups made up of Branson entertainers and public officials battling it out to see who reigns supreme at the art of lip syncing. These groups will mouth the words to some of the most popular songs throughout the last 20 years of music along with some original songs by Branson artists.
“We are thrilled to be hosting this event that is completely new to the Branson area,” said Kerry Pearson, social media specialist for Choose Branson and event coordinator for the Lip Sync Clash. “We have some big names participating and they have all promised to put on a spectacular show that everyone is sure to enjoy.”
“Dublin’s Irish Tenors and the Celtic Ladies” at King’s Castle Theatre have split into two separate teams to compete against one another. The men who make up the five Irish Tenors have a team of their own while the four Celtic Ladies make up another to add a friendly rivalry to the event.
One of Branson’s newest and most exciting shows will also be featured in the Lip Sync Clash. Currently performing at the Hughes Brothers Theatre, the five men from “Forever Young” will lip sync together to try to compete with the rest of the field. The Titanic Museum will round out the groups of local entertainers and attractions competing in the event. The Titanic will include three of their most energetic crew members to try to add the Lip Sync Clash trophy to their impressive collection of artifacts and exhibits.
The final group performing in the Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash will be headed by the mayor of Branson, Karen Best. Mayor Best will have two friends at her side as she lip syncs a song that is yet to be revealed.
The Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash will take place before an 8 p.m. concert by The Adam Capps Band. It is a free event open to the public, and the winner will be chosen based on crowd applause. To see some exciting and comedic lip syncing by popular Branson entertainers and public officials, be sure to come out to the first ever Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash on Aug. 19 at 5 p.m. in front of the Branson Landing Fountain.
“We are excited to welcome our local Branson talent and community members to Branson Landing’s stage, as they battle it out in the new and exciting Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash,” said Branson Landing Director of Marketing and Entertainment Tammy Scholten. “Following what is sure to include some hilarious and very entertaining performances, our guests are invited to stay and enjoy The Adam Capps Band as they rock Branson Landing in a LIVE concert from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.”
About Choose Branson
Choose Branson is a leading travel resource company in the Branson area. Founded in 2005, Choose Branson has spent the last 10-plus years providing the highest quality of up-to-date information and unsurpassed deals on shows, attractions and vacation packages. The easy to navigate website offers information on everything from shows and attractions to hotels and lodging, as well as news, discounts, maps, free vacation guides and more. To find out more information or to purchase tickets, visit ChooseBranson.com.
About Branson Landing
Branson Landing is a $435 million – 95 acre public/private project spanning 1.5 miles of waterfront on the beautiful Lake Taneycomo, adjacent to historic downtown Branson, managed by Bayer Properties. Branson Landing is home to over 100 shops and restaurants, as well as the Hilton Promenade Hotel and a $7.5 million water and fire spectacular, anchored by Bass Pro Shops and BELK.
For additional information about the Choose Branson Lip Sync Clash, contact Kerry Pearson at (417) 243-8017 or by email at email@example.com.
By: Michael Ayo
Cold, sweet treats go together with summer like Branson and music. It is almost unheard of to have one without the other. A vacation to Branson isn’t complete without seeing a show and it’s near impossible to make it through summer without enjoying ice cream or snow cones on a regular basis. Whenever the sun gets a little too hot, it’s important to know where some of the best sweet treats in the Branson area are in order to cool off.
A favorite among Branson locals, Yeti’s Shaved Ice and Ice Cream is one of the best options around for beating the heat with a sweet treat. Residing in the parking lot of the Sun Fest Market on Cross Creek Boulevard, Yeti’s serves the usual summer snacks: shaved ice, ice cream, soda and bottled water. However, they are most known for their Yetis. This treat features ice cream on the bottom and shaved ice on top. There are a number of different flavors offered, with the most popular perhaps being the Shark Attack. This Yeti, located on their “Specials” menu, includes blue raspberry, cherry and sourshot flavors along with a gummy shark and Sour Patch Kids. Yeti’s is usually open through the first of August, so be sure to stop by and see them while you’re in town.
Cakes n Cream Dessert Parlor
With “dessert parlor” being in the name, you know for certain you’re in for some tasty treats when you visit this place. Cakes n Cream is a 50’s-style diner that has an incredible menu filled with various types of ice cream, including malts, shakes and waffle cones. There are also cakes, pies, funnel cakes and plenty of sugar free options to satisfy every kind of sweet tooth. If you’re wanting to enjoy dessert after a meal, there’s a lunch and dinner menu featuring burgers, brisket and pizza available as well. With it being conveniently located on Highway 76, any vacation is made better by stopping here.
Another great option for snow cone-type treats is Sno-Angels Sno-Balls. Normally located on Mall Road in nearby Hollister, Sno-Angels also travels around Branson for events and sets up shop every Tuesday for the Farmers Market at the Branson Landing. This source for sweet treats brings New Orleans-type sno-balls to the Ozarks. Several different flavors are offered, including French vanilla, tropical punch and watermelon, and most flavors are available sugar free.
Mr. B’s Ice Cream
Branson’s oldest ice cream shop, Mr. B’s Ice Cream Parlor is one of downtown’s most popular places to visit during the summer. Mr. B’s serves all your favorite flavors of shakes, malts and ice cream along with cobbler, old-fashioned sodas, and homemade lemonade and limeade. You can also stop by for lunch or dinner and enjoy hot dogs, sandwiches and pretzels. This small parlor on 2nd Street is a little slice of Branson history, and serves up some great summer treats.
One of the newest setups at the Branson Landing for the summer, Maui Wowi Aloha is a vendor stand near the fountains serving some of the most delicious smoothies you will find at the waterfront shopping mall. Maui Wowi will operate under the same business hours as the Landing, and will remain open through Aug. 31. All smoothies are gluten free and made with real fruit, and six different smoothies are generally offered on their menu. Strawberry, mango orange and pina colada are the basic flavors on the menu, along with mixed flavors such as the popular Wistful Waikiki. This smoothie combines strawberry and pina colada into one delicious drink.
Vacations are meant for fun and trying new things. There are plenty of new and unique things to try at each of these locations. Don’t let the summer heat get you down, cool off and relax while sampling a sweet treat from one of these great spots around town.
Article courtesy of ChooseBranson.com.