This restaurant takes its name after a fictitious character that was always able to get out of a scrape and bring home his big-game trophy. After a ... More
Buckingham's Restaurant and Oasis
This restaurant takes its name after a fictitious character that was always able to get out of a scrape and bring home his big-game trophy. After a few minutes here, you can almost hear his braggadocios British drawl as he spins a yarn about one of the many mounts that watch you dine from the walls. A massive assortment of locally inspired dishes shares space on the vast menu with exotic entrees. Try the Mixed Grill of Game (USD26.95), which offers an assortment of ostrich, duck and wild boar sausage with a selection of sauces.
I have eaten here on every visit to Branson. I would highly recommend it. If you do not like the traditional , heavy country type food, this place is for you. More upscale and non traditional country style menu. It is also a pretty restaurant inside.
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Located between Dixie Stampede and Highway 65, this Mexican restaurant has been serving local customers and tourists alike for many
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