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We’ve scrounged up a handful of 417-land restaurants that dish out scrumptious brunch items, each offering their own twist to this Sunday morning staple.
Located at Chateau on the Lake Resort Spa & Convention Center, 415 N. State Hwy. 265, Branson, 417-334-1161
Sundays 11 a.m.–2 p.m.
$32 adults; $16 children; kids 5 and younger are free.
What’s offered: A seafood display, a meat carving station with prime rib, omelet and waffle stations, eggs Benedict, French toast, scrambled eggs and specialty salads. Brunch includes two mimosas.
Standouts: Look for seafood entrées like chardonnay-poached salmon.
431 S. Jefferson Ave., Ste. 160, Springfield, 417-864-6994
Sundays 11 a.m.–3 p.m.
Prices range from $7–19
What’s offered: A full English breakfast with bacon, sausage, eggs, English baked beans, toast, grilled tomatoes and mushrooms and breakfast potatoes. Entrées include burgers, fish and chips and bangers and mash and more.
Standouts: $4 mimosas and $6 bloody marys made with house-infused vodkas.
Hemingway’s Blue Water Café
inside Bass Pro Shops, 1935 S. Campbell Ave., Springfield, 417-891-5100
Sundays 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
$18.95 for adults; $7.50 for children
What’s offered: Carved roast beef, vegetables, omelets cooked-to-order, scrambled eggs and Belgian waffles. Entrées change weekly. For two dollars more, guests can enjoy a Champagne brunch.
Standouts: An array of desserts are spiced up with a chocolate fountain.
The Keeter Center
1 Opportunity Ave., Point Lookout, 417-239-1900
Sundays 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
$23.95 for adults, $9.95 for children
What’s offered: Omelet and waffle stations, plus entrées like the rosemary pork loin and side dishes like deviled eggs. There’s also a shrimp and oyster bar, carved meat station and more than 30 desserts.
Standouts: The carved ham and bacon is campus-raised.
Nonna’s Italian Café
3512 S. National Ave., Springfield, 417-890-8300
Sundays 11 a.m.–4 p.m.
Prices vary, usually around $8.99
What’s offered: Spiced French toast with a peanut butter caramel syrup is made in-house and served with ham and a mixed berry cup. The brunch menu changes every Sunday.
Standouts: Specialty bloody marys and mimosas.
Spring River Buffet
Located at Downstream Casino Resort, 69300 E. Nee Road, Quapaw, Oklahoma, 918-919-6000
Sundays 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
$10.95 for adults, $5.95 for kids 6–12
What’s offered: Iconic breakfast fare like omelets, hash browns, sausage, and pancakes are mixed with fried chicken, catfish, and Asian favorites.
Standouts: An ice cream machine joins the selection of pies and cookies.
Located at Big Cedar Lodge, 612 Devil’s Pool Rd., Ridgedale, 417- 339-5200
Sundays 9:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
$32.95 adults; $11.95 children 4–12.
What’s offered: Fresh fruits and breads, salads, omelets, Belgian waffles, desserts and charcuterie. Hot entrées like smoked chicken and shiitake manicotti change weekly.
Standouts: Seafood includes crab and jumbo shrimp. And the cold-smoked salmon is cured and smoked in-house.
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