Mother's Day Brunch

Celebrating Mom is a stellar reason to gather up the fam and head out for a leisurely brunch and great eats.

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Whether they are offering up a special Mother’s Day menu or their typical delicious brunch fare, these restaurants are great places to pop in and enjoy a bite to eat with Mom. Each one is known for top-notch brunch dishes that they serve up with their own special touch. Which one is your mom’s fave?

 

Branson Area

Chateau on the Lake
415 N. Highway 265, Branson
417-334-1161

Devil’s Pool Restaurant
Located at Big Cedar Lodge
190 Top of the Rock Road, Ridgedale
417-335-2777

The Keeter Center
1 Opportunity Ave., Point Lookout
417-260-2146

Mother’s Day Cruise on the Landing Princess
9 South Boardwalk, Branson
417-239-3980

Osage Restaurant
Located at Top of the Rock
150 Top of the Rock Road, Ridgedale
417-335-2777

Branson's Center Stage Grille
1810 W State Highway 76, Branson
417-320-6079

 

Springfield Area

Farmers Gastropub
2620 S. Glenstone Ave., Springfield
417-864-6994

Metropolitan Farmer
2144 E. Republic Road, Springfield
417-720-1665

The Order
305 E. Walnut St., Springfield
417-832-1515

Touch Restaurant & Oyster House
1620 E Republic Rd., Springfield
417-823-8383

Ocean Zen
4117 S National Ave, Springfield
417-889-9596

Tea Bar & Bites Bakery and Café
621 S Pickwick Ave., Springfield
417-866-7500

Gilardi's Ristorante
820 E Walnut St. #A, Springfield
417-862-6400

Piccolo
107 W. Aldersgate Drive, Suites 1 & 2, Nixa
417-374-7291

 

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