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bransoncutie 11-29-2017 03:09 PM

Smith Creek Moonshine
 
Well, who would have thought that you could actually find some pretty good eating at Smith Creek Moonshine at Branson Landing? I had heard it was pretty good. Found out today that this is truth. The menu is pretty limited. Mostly burgers and such, which I heard I are quite good. The ones that came to the table next to us sure smelled and looked delicious!

My friend and I both opted for a Bacon Avocado Chicken Wrap. One with fried chicken and one with grilled. We were surprised to be offered onion rings as a side at no upcharge. We both opted for the o-rings and were not disappointed. Both of the wraps were good sized, great tasting, and quite filling. The onion rings, while not freshly prepared on sight, were still quite good. It was really not your typical frozen onion ring.

Prices are quite reasonable as well. If memory serves me correctly, the most expensive item on the menu was "Pig Shanks" - which sure sounded much like the "pork wings" (whatever they were called) we used to get at Time Out. They were listed at $13.00. Most burgers were in the $9 - $11 range.

Looking forward to trying one of those burgers soon. And maybe I'll get over there at a time I can sample some 'shine!

rjw1991A1 11-29-2017 05:42 PM

Teturn of the pig wings!:thumbsup::applause:

LaJoe 12-01-2017 10:59 AM

There is no telling what I'd weigh if I lived in Branson.

rjw1991A1 12-01-2017 06:07 PM

Is that the same place that had a more "Ozark", or Missouri sounding name? Even though when checking the label on the myriad of flavored whiskey, they were all from a distillery in Colorado.

biscuitcreek 12-01-2017 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by rjw1991A1 (Post 911166)
Is that the same place that had a more "Ozark", or Missouri sounding name? Even though when checking the label on the myriad of flavored whiskey, they were all from a distillery in Colorado.

It did have a different name when it opened at the Landing.

http://www.1branson.com/forum/t76030.html

http://www.missouriridgedistillery.com/

bransoncutie 12-02-2017 11:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rjw1991A1 (Post 911166)
Is that the same place that had a more "Ozark", or Missouri sounding name? Even though when checking the label on the myriad of flavored whiskey, they were all from a distillery in Colorado.

Yes, It is indeed.

rjw1991A1 12-02-2017 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by biscuitcreek (Post 911176)
It did have a different name when it opened at the Landing.

http://www.1branson.com/forum/t76030.html

http://www.missouriridgedistillery.com/

The Missouri Ridge Distillery link adds to the confusion. Are you saying they were located on the landing? Or that their product was/is sold at the Branson Landing location?
The websight linked to says they are on Hwy 248, but nothing about the landing.
Looks like Branson now has Copper Run Distillary, Missouri Ridge Distillary, Crown Valley, and now Smith Creek.

biscuitcreek 12-02-2017 03:03 PM

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Originally Posted by rjw1991A1 (Post 911193)
The Missouri Ridge Distillery link adds to the confusion. Are you saying they were located on the landing? Or that their product was/is sold at the Branson Landing location?
The websight linked to says they are on Hwy 248, but nothing about the landing.
Looks like Branson now has Copper Run Distillary, Missouri Ridge Distillary, Crown Valley, and now Smith Creek.

Sorry didn't mean to add to the confusion. Was meaning to point out that there was another Missouri name distillery in the area. But the original one on the Landing was named in the thread that Basil started.


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