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Old 02-26-2012, 01:14 PM   #31
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Onion rings were great

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Thanks Zalo! You're the BEST!! And the O Rings are at the top of the Menu!!
Zach, I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Had a chance to sample their onion rings late last week while interviewing the owner, Sharon Darby. I thought they were outstanding and, like their "fresh cut fries," they are made on the premises. Their single burgers are 5.33 ounces, raw weight,and come with fries.
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Old 02-26-2012, 02:19 PM   #32
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Sounds great! Looking forward to trying the Blue Man Grill. At under 6 oz, it's plenty of burger, but not what I would call HUGE. Dana's, which some on here have criticized as being "too thin" are a full 6oz pre cooked. It still sounds like it has the potential of being a great place, and one of the Branson best three burgers!
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Zach, I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Had a chance to sample their onion rings late last week while interviewing the owner, Sharon Darby. I thought they were outstanding and, like their "fresh cut fries," they are made on the premises. Their single burgers are 5.33 ounces, raw weight,and come with fries.
Awesome!!....i really am looking forward to this new place!
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now thats a burger lol
hey Trobaman...shall we each get one of those!! and....have a race....winner gets free dessert???
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Zach, I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Had a chance to sample their onion rings late last week while interviewing the owner, Sharon Darby.
Oh... that is SO not fair!
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Oh... that is SO not fair!
it's a tuff job Miss Mel....i'm sure Seagull had a hard time going in there and getting an interview....and they probably forced him to try the Rings.........i am so jealous but didn't want to say anything!!
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hi there foodies of branson: well, opening day is coming very fast. we are all so busy trying to take care of all the last minute details. our chef,isaac, is "prepping" as fast as he can. we are looking forward to seeing all of you very soon! ps, yes,we do have a childrens menu,just have'nt finished printing them yet,and we do have a couple of burgers and sandwiches on sour dough bread,and choices of salads. we will always be happy to try to accomodate any special requests for glutin free if we possibly can.i have a family member that requires glutin free,so i can relate. thanks.
blueman.....your menu looks fantastic and the food sounds awesome as well...i'm excited!! so is sourdough gluten free?? i really love sourdough bread and one of my fav burgers was the frisco burger from hardee's on the sourdough bread. The original Frisco Burger was one of Hardee's most popular menu items in its day, it had a great taste, combining the flavors of buttered and grilled sourdough bread, bacon, Swiss cheese, tomato and a unique onion-flavored mayonnaise that people craved. I couldn't get enough of them!!! Anyway this is about your menu not Hardee's, there are so many items on your menu that i am REALLY looking forward to trying!! Kan't Wait!!!
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Old 02-26-2012, 03:22 PM   #38
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blueman.....your menu looks fantastic and the food sounds awesome as well...i'm excited!! so is sourdough gluten free??
No Zach... sourdough is not g-free, but it is good.
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Their single burgers are 5.33 ounces, raw weight,and come with fries.
Glad to hear the burgers come with fries.... the prices on the menu posted seemed a tad high for just burgers alone. Since I'm not a fan of french fries I hope I can maybe substitute the Blue Man Salad... even if it involves a small up-charge.

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I guess it might be me, the wife, daughter, and Bro-in-law, but Rendezvous is the one I would skip. If you like dry rub, and dry rub with "Mediterranean", say Greek, spices really piled on after the meat is cooked, arrogant servers, and a big crowds just because some Hollywood types, and music industry moguls say it's the "in" place then I guess it's OK. Haven't tried Pig, but probably will next time. I do like Corky's best so far. I still need to try Interstate, but every time I go to Memphis my in-laws want to go to some local little hole in the wall places. they haven't been bad either.
But we've gone OT, and to get back on track, after looking at that menu it's gonna be hard to try the burger for the first time. Much more than a burger joint, that Mo Mo Cubano, or Backwoods Brisket sounds fantastic!!!
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hi there foodies of branson: well, opening day is coming very fast. we are all so busy trying to take care of all the last minute details. our chef,isaac, is "prepping" as fast as he can. we are looking forward to seeing all of you very soon! ps, yes,we do have a childrens menu,just have'nt finished printing them yet,and we do have a couple of burgers and sandwiches on sour dough bread,and choices of salads. we will always be happy to try to accomodate any special requests for glutin free if we possibly can.i have a family member that requires glutin free,so i can relate. thanks.
Your menu looks great I will tell my wife to spread the word at the tanger mall gives them a great choice for lunch !!
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Old 02-26-2012, 06:58 PM   #42
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We are coming to Branson in a week and a half; can't wait to try this place out. I love onion rings, so I will certainly give them a try!
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Old 02-26-2012, 11:13 PM   #43
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[F]hey Trobaman...shall we each get one of those!! and....have a race....winner gets free dessert???[/FONT]
I didn't want you to think I did not answer you my post got moved or deleted so I will just say sounds good bro
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Anyone know how this building fared, in the tornado? I don't imagine they'll open, tomorrow... huh?
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Anyone know how this building fared, in the tornado? I don't imagine they'll open, tomorrow... huh?
I kinda doubt if anything will be open tomorrow.
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