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Thank you for stopping by to check out the best food in Branson, MO.  I truly believe it is the Sunday Brunch at Keeter Center.

Sunday Brunch at Keeter Center in the College of the Ozark is the best brunch I have ever had.  Out of all the restaurants I have been to, it is my favorite restaurants.  

Please be sure to check out all my Branson reviews.

Why do I love Sunday Brunch at Keeter Center?

If you are ever in Branson, Missouri, you must eat Sunday Brunch at the College of the Ozark, at least, one time.  It is a perfect place to celebrate a special occasion.  We enjoyed this brunch while celebrating my husband’s birthday.  The workers at the Keeter Center and all over the campus are students at the college.  It is a Christian College with high standards for respect, being extremely polite and helpful.  The students are required to work at the college to earn their education.  This is why College of the Ozark is nicknamed “Hard Work University”.  The students pay for their schooling by working on the Campus in a variety of different areas.

You might think the price of $25 per person, not including your drinks, is expensive but it is so worth the price.  First of all, the setting is beautiful!  The Keeter Center is located at the entrance to the campus of College of the Ozarks.  It is an enormous lodge with several gorgeous stone fireplaces.

Next, the food is the freshest food you will ever eat.  Most everything is homegrown and homemade.  The College has a vegetable garden, dairy farm, raises pigs, makes their ice cream, and much more.  Everything you eat is FRESH.  Even the mints they give you after dinner are homemade and the best mints I have ever had.  When you enter the dining room for Sunday brunch, you are met with a huge display of desserts.  See pictures below.  The Sunday Brunch is famous for its award-winning College of the Ozarks Smoked Ham.  Yes, they even have a smokehouse.  The Ham is so tender you can cut it easily with a fork.  The breakfast buffet includes a made to order omelet and waffle station.  The salad and fruit station are decked out with a beautiful ice sculpture.  The main dishes ranged from seafood to chicken and, of course, the ham.  The food was truly award-winning in my book.  I HIGHLY RECOMMEND the Sunday Brunch at the College of the Ozark.  I would also recommend dinner at the College.

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  1. I’m ready to go to Branson! This brunch looks and sounds amazing. Thank you for sharing at the Home Matters Party. Join us again on Friday! The door opens at 12am EST.

    • Trish,

      I enjoy linking up at Home Matters Party. Thank you so much for stopping by and check out Sunday Brunch at Keeter Center in Branson. We love living only hours from Branson. We are close enough to visit Branson for the weekend.

      Many Blessings,
      Diane Roark

  2. WOW!! After reading your post-I’m not only HUNGRY- I definitely want to go to Branson!! The fruit looks amazing-and those desserts….YUM!!!

    • CD,

      Branson is a great vacation. You will see and hear things you will never see and hear on other vacations. Silver Dollar City and all the shows start will the pledge of allegiance and a lot of the time prayer. It is a great family place to vacation.

      Thanks for stopping by Our American Travels and taking the time to leave me a comment. I truly appreciate your support.

  3. Christine Kurtz says:

    Had your Tuscan Pork and Bean Soup while visiting and loved it. Is it possible to get the recipe for this delicious soup.

    • Cristine,

      I love love the Keeter Center brunch in Branson. As you know, they have wonderful fresh delicious food. I ate there in March and talked to the chef about a cookbook. He said they did not have one and was not planning on making one. After going back months of FACEBOOK page I found some of their dessert recipes. You may try to google Keeter Center Tuscan Pork and Bean soup and see if someone may have made a copycat recipe but I am sorry to say I do not have the recipe.

      If you love to cook, please check out my recipe blog too at
      Many many blessings,
      Diane Roark

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