Branson Night Life
Yes! Branson does have a night life. Drinks, dancing and definitely some of the best entertainment to be found. Head to one of these favorite spots after the show.
Black Horse Pub
24 Downing Street, Hollister
Just a few miles south of Branson guests will feel like they’ve arrived in England. The Olde English Pub (along with nearby Inn and River Stone Restaurant) is a throwback to another place and time. A place and time with great food, drinks and entertainment! The Black Horse Pub is always featuring popular musicians, often playing for a worthy charity.
The Buzzard Bar
Big Cedar Lodge
612 Devils Pool Road, Ridgedale
Located on the immaculate grounds of Big Cedar Resort, The Buzzard Bar features a full menu of food and drinks. This is the only place Branson visitors can see “The singing Cowboy,” Clay Self. The talented - and hilarious - entertainer has been featured on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. If you’re looking for great food and entertainment, you can’t go wrong with The Buzzard Bar.
505 Branson Landing Blvd.
Ernie Biggs is a guaranteed good time. Located on Branson Landing, the entertainment is big, the food is fun (Beefy Joel sandwich, anyone?) and the drinks list is long. Ernie Biggs has a cool vibe with interactive piano players who can play anything you want to hear. Be prepared for a cover charge. (Totally worth it.)
1914 W. Hwy 76
It’s all about the atmosphere at Branson’s Outback Pub. In the warmer months check out the upstairs Pub Party Deck or head down under for the party. There’s nightly entertainment and they’re open til 1:00am. (Midnight on Sunday.) Check out the website for information on package deals and discounts.