When you’re on vacation in Branson and have long days of exploring or having fun planned, it’s important to start your day off with a nice breakfast!
Normally, our hotel in Branson features a complimentary buffet-style continental breakfast for guests. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently serving a bagged breakfast to keep our staff and your family safe.
Not what you’re looking for to start your day? We completely understand!
So, we’ve compiled a list featuring the places we think have the best breakfast in Branson!
Places with the best breakfast in Branson
Billy Gail’s –
With portion sizes that may send you right back to your hotel room with a food coma (14-inch pancakes anyone?) and everything cooked to order, you can’t go wrong with a stop at Billy Gail’s to begin your day.
Menu items that have us salivating:
- Four-egg omelettes of all varieties.
- 14….yes, 14-inch pancakes made from scratch.
- One-pound (!!!) apple cinnamon rolls.
Branson’s Center Stage Grille & Kaffee Haus –
Got a coffee snob in the family? Is it you? It’s OK, we’ve got you.
Branson’s Center Stage Grille and Kaffee Haus is where you want to go if you want some specialty java. Be sure to ask your server for the coffee shop menu.
Not a coffee fan? They also have 10 different teas, vintage sodas, and italian cream sodas.
Here’s what we’re eating with our hand-crafted espresso:
- Town favorite: Two eggs any style, potato cake, toast and choice of bacon, fried smoked bologna, or sausage.
- Kitchen sink hash: Fried potatoes and scrambled eggs with pit ham, onions, mushrooms, sweet bell peppers, topped with cheddar cheese and served with white gravy and toast.
- Gold mine: Two eggs grilled in the center of buttered sourdough bread served with a potato cake and your choice of bacon, fried smoked bologna, or sausage.
Clockers Cafe –
Clockers’ home-style breakfast starts with fresh, hand-cut, hand-breaded meat; pancake batter from scratch; and all the pies and cobblers are made in their own kitchen.
Locals say to try the biscuits and gravy. And for $3.99? You’ll have room in your wallet (and belly depending on your appetite) for an egg or two they get from local farmers.
What we’re waking up early for:
- Steak platter with two eggs, hash browns, and a biscuit.
- Biscuits and gravy.
- The Clocker — two eggs, bacon, hash browns, oatmeal, and a biscuit.
Farmhouse Restaurant –
All the eggs you get at Farmhouse Restaurant are pasture-raised, cage-free, free-range hens from Vital Farms.
This is another spot with an all-day breakfast menu.
Get something that comes with their thick and fluffy dollar pancakes. At least add one onto the side. What diet?
Other menu items catching our eye:
- Farmhouse special: Country ham steak, two eggs (served your way), with country potatoes or dollar pancakes, and one biscuit with gravy.
- Fisherman’s special: Chicken fried steak, two eggs your way, with country potatoes or dollar pancakes, and one biscuit with gravy.
- Fancy “normal” pancakes? Try The Stack: Three fresh and fluffy buttermilk pancakes with either pecans, chocolate chips, or blueberries.
Hungry Hunter –
Getting a late start? Hungry Hunter’s full breakfast menu is available all day. Bob’s special hash browns (stuffed with sweet peppers, onions, mushrooms, sour cream, and swiss cheese) are a perfect accompaniment to any entree, but we recommend pairing them with a full order of biscuits and gravy (theirs is homemade with sausage) for around $11.
Oh, wait. We gave away one of our picks. Oh, well. There’s plenty more:
- French toast breakfast: Three, thick slices of their homemade bread hand-dipped in egg batter grilled golden brown and topped with powdered sugar. Add sausage and two eggs for a few extra bucks.
- Spanish omelet: Stuffed with sausage, onions, mushrooms, sweet peppers, and monterey jack cheese. Then they top it with salsa and olives.
- Sunny muffin and eggs: A grilled english muffin topped with sausage mixed into two scrambled eggs and melted cheese. Served with hash browns that you can upgrade to Bob’s special hash browns (Just do it. You’re on vacation.).
Jackie B. Goode’s Uptown Cafe and Dinner Theater –
Picture this: two buttermilk biscuits topped with eggs, cheese, with either ham, bacon, or sausage, all covered with gravy. Ready to quit imagining it and taste it? Let’s head over to Jackie B. Goode’s for breakfast then.
Come back for dinner for some free, live entertainment. They’ve got some local talent singing Elvis hits, gospel country, classic country, “country cool,” and more!
How we want to start our day:
- Keiser Stack — two buttermilk biscuits topped with eggs, cheese, sausage, all smothered in gravy.
- Country fried steak platter — Hand-breaded country fried steak smothered in gravy, eggs, and toast.
- Anything and then add one of their warm cinnamon rolls (our sweet tooth knows no end).
Level 2 Steakhouse –
Prefer an upscale experience for breakfast? Level 2 Steakhouse may be more your speed.
Want a little of everything? They’ve got a breakfast bar with fruits, cereals, yogurts and fresh baked breakfast breads, hot items and made-to-order eggs and omelets. Comes with juices, coffee, or tea to drink. Otherwise, they’ve got a full menu.
Here’s our choices:
- Tenderloin Tips and Eggs: Sauteed beef tenderloin, two eggs prepared any style, red bliss potatoes, and toast.
- Kitchen Sink Scramble: Scrambled eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, baby spinach, mushrooms, cheddar jack cheese, red bliss potatoes, and toast.
- Lemony Griddle Cake: Lemony pancake with blueberry compote and warm maple syrup.