Branson, MO Bars

You’ll never go parched while vacationing in the Live Entertainment Capital of the World. When you buy one of our homes in Branson, MO you will be guaranteed access to these four local Branson, MO Bars.

Crazy Craig’s Cheeky Monkey Bar – 120 Montgomery St.

It’s imperative that you head down to Table Rock for this aptly named bar. You’ll undoubtedly have a cheeky time enjoying one of the 22 signature drinks that Crazy Craig’s serves. Live music and DJs provide entertainment on most nights, with special events and drink deals year-round. There’s no shame in dancing the night away at Crazy Craig’s, so let loose. Don’t be surprised if you’re given a “welcome shot” of their Monkey Juice soon after arrival!

The Upper Deck Grille – 4580 Gretna Rd.

One of our favorite bars in Branson, MO, The Upper Deck Grille, is home to the Peanut Butter & Bacon Burger: Three pieces of bacon laid over an all-beef patty, smothered in peanut butter, all in between a perfectly toasted ciabatta roll. Don’t forget to munch on your sweet potato waffle fries between heavenly bites. If this sounds like a meal that you could easily wash down with a tasty draft beer, then Upper Deck is the place for you!

Waxy O’Shea’s Irish Pub & Restaurant – 235 Branson Landing Blvd.

With plenty of outdoor seating, enjoy a scenic view and watch trains leave Branson Landing while hanging out at O’Shea’s. Waxy’s is known for their Happy Hour specials and having the widest variety of draft beers in town. Of course, no place like O’Shea’s is complete without delicious food to accompany the beer. Branson’s only Irish pub won’t disappoint, offering unique takes on all the usual suspects that you’re used to seeing on pub menus. The Donegal Club Sandwich and the Irish BLT are favorites here.

Backstage Café and Wine Bar – 214 W Main St.

Attached to a historic hotel in downtown Branson, dining at the Backstage Café can feel like entering a time machine. The lavish, wooden detail of the bar will make you think you’re in 1903 – the year the hotel was built. There’s also an outside patio with a fireplace for those nights when you want to sip on a glass of wine while looking up at the stars. The intimate, quieter atmosphere of Backstage Café is a nice change of pace from the occasionally hectic Branson nightlife.

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