Uptown Cafe in Branson, MO

285 State Highway 165 Branson, MO 65616
The following shows play at Uptown Cafe:
George Strait Tribute Dinner Show Photo
5/15/2018 - 11/30/2018
Be sure to catch The George Strait Tribute Dinner Show for an amazing tribute to one of country music’s greatest stars.
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4/24/2018 - 12/15/2018
The Always Country, Definitely Gospel show brings plenty of great talent and energy to the Ozarks.
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The Uptown Cafe brings back the style and personality of the 1950s with their great food and amazing service. The art deco furnishings allude to a complete 1950s theme at the Uptown Cafe. You walk in to a real jukebox playing music from the 50s and from then on you are completely taken back to that era.

Offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the Uptown Cafe features a huge breakfast buffet and many lunch and dinner specials. Try the char broiled beef kabob for true 50s cuisine.

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I went back there again in 2009' just like i said i would. man, once again, it was great'. the 50's look, and the best milk shakes that i have ever had'. and yes they still pile whip cream on top'mmmmm and the buggers are by far the best' the food has the look and taste of the way buggers and shakes were made back in the 50's.we keep going back every year' and we have always been very pleased'. so for a trip back in time ,this is the place to come.. you guys are great' keep it up. oh, we're coming back again this july. and this is the first place we're stopping seeyou soon. come on everybody lets' go'
Vernon Cullum - Desoto Mo.
The Uptown Cafe was acquired by two cousins in April 2008. Several changes have been made including adding a choice of french fries or chips to most of the sandwiches including the famous Steakburger. The name has been retained, but Jackie B. Goode's has been added to it. Jack Goode was the brother of one of the cousins and was killed in Vietnam in 1968. His portrait is displayed in the foyer of the cafe along with 12 of the medals he was awarded for valor while engaged in enemy action. A stage has been added and free entertainment is frequently presented. Patrons can also enjoy beer, wine or other alcoholic beverages. The soda fountain is always open for a banana split, malt or shake made the old fashioned way and 50's and 60's music can be heard on the juke box. The cafe is totally smoke free and cleanliness is of utmost importance to the new owners.
Dave Goode, Owner - Branson, MO
Great little place to visit. Burgers are really freshly ground meat and vegies on plate are crisp! Sandwiches do come out with french fries or chips, which is a great addition! Very friendly staff too. We had a good feeling going in and a great experience all around. Will try their breakfast buffet soon.
Debbie Lee - Joshua, TX
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