Buffet Restaurants



Buffet Restaurants are popular in Branson and there are a number to choose from. You are also able to select menu service at many of them if that is your preference. This list does not include restaurants such as Chinese Buffets, Pizza Buffets, or Sunday Brunch Buffets.

BALDKNOBBERS COUNTRY RESTAURANT
2845 W. Hwy 76
76 Central-Light orange on our area map

The Baldknobbers Country Restaurant provides home style cooking on the buffet and from the menu.


GRAND COUNTRY BUFFET
Grand Country Mall
1975 W. Hwy 76
76 East-light green on our area map



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GOLDEN CORRAL
3551 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway
76 West-Light yellow on our area map







GRANNY'S RESTAURANT
3292 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway
76 West-Light yellow on our area map


LUCKY SILVER MINE RESTAURANT
Silver Dollar City
399 Indian Point Rd
Silver Dollar City/Indian Point/Hwy 65-Turquoise on our area map

MOLLY'S MILL RESTAURANT
Silver Dollar City
399 Indian Point Rd
Silver Dollar City/Indian Point/Hwy 65-Turquoise on our area map


PLANTATION RESTAURANT
3460 W. Hwy 76 (across from White Water)
76 East-light green on our area map


SADIE'S SIDEBOARD & SMOKEHOUSE
2830 W. Hwy 76 (across from Baldknobbers)
76 Central-Light orange on our area map


SHONEY'S
1950 W. Hwy 76 (in front of Holiday Inn Express)
76 East-light green on our area map


STARVIN MARVIN'S SEAFOOD BUFFET RESTAURANT
3400 W. Hwy 76
76 West-Light yellow on our area map


WHIPPER SNAPPERS
2421 Hwy 76
76 Central-Light orange on our area map



The restaurant is located on the lower level and behind of the "Great American Steak & Chicken on Hwy 76 at the intersection of Tanger Rd


In case you want to know…………………..




The term buffet is used in numerous ways. The buffet in 16th century France referred to the sideboard or furniture that was used as well as the elaborate display of food itself. The modern form of buffet became more common in 18th century France and England as self service became appealing.

A hotel manager introduced the idea of an "all you can eat" buffet in 1946 and the idea of buffet restaurants became increasingly popular. Elaborate buffets became popular at casinos by the 1960's and became artistic spreads of food, many of them uncommon at the time to most people.

Cafeterias are a form of buffet but do not allow for the "all you can eat" style. The Smorgasbord is a Swedish word and refers to a Scandinavian style that is traditionally eaten in three courses. Typically the first course was a variety of fish, then a second course of cold sliced meats and the third course of warm foods.

Buffet restaurants are now common in nearly every small town and city and many menu style restaurants have turned to a buffet style as an option or offer their salad menu displayed in this way.

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