Right next to the Grand Palace Theater of Branson is a small '50s-style diner guaranteed to take you back to yesteryear. The staff is made up of ... More
Hard Luck Diner
Right next to the Grand Palace Theater of Branson is a small '50s-style diner guaranteed to take you back to yesteryear. The staff is made up of aspiring actors, singers, musicians and songwriters, and it is not uncommon for one or a group of them to break into song and dance as they cavort around the tables. The menu is themed as well, featuring selections such as Cheese Release Me, a grilled cheese sandwich with all the trimmings for $5.29. Try the Love Me Tender Fried Steak for $8.59. A complete soda fountain lines the back wall with more than 15 flavors of soda and over 25 flavors of ice cream.
My Wife and enjoyed our visits to the diner! The Ruben sandwich's are the best of anywhere, and don't leave without an ice cream sunday or go daring and do the banna split. your taste buds will remember that expirence for ever!!!!
This diner was a perfect ending to a great day in Branson after seeing the Legends Show. Love it. Jason Yeager from Amer. Idol was there plus many other great singers. Can't wait to take all our visiters from out of state there. Fun for all ages.
Jan from Billings Missouri