Nightlife in Branson is in full swing every night of the week.
Depending on the type of atmosphere you prefer, Branson has something for everyone. At Branson Landing, along the banks of Lake Taneycomo, is Garfield’s Restaurant and Pub. With an outdoor patio overlooking the lake, Garfield’s is the place to hang out. Garfield’s features a restaurant and bar. Live music is available Thursdays through Saturdays during the summer.
Also at Branson Landing is Ernie Biggs Piano Bar. After 7PM, Ernie’s is for the 21 and over crowd. Music is available nightly. On Sundays, be a part of the Dueling Piano Karaoke. There is also a Ladies Night on Fridays.
If an Irish atmosphere suits you, then go to Waxy O’Shea’s Irish Pub, also located at Branson Landing. Wednesdays is Open Mic night. Live bands are featured on Fridays and Saturdays. There are daily drink specials and Irish and American food items on the menu.
In downtown Branson, there are many other choices. The Bleu Olive Mediterranean Grille and Bar offers an extensive list of specialty drinks and desserts, in addition to its full service restaurant. On Friday and Saturday nights, Blues and Jazz music is played till 1AM.
The Outback Pub opened in 1998. Offering live entertainment seven days a week, the Outback Pub is the place to go. Bands play at both the upstairs outdoor deck as well as the downstairs lounge. A billiard table and trivia contests round out the good time.
Just as its name suggests, Time Out Sports Bar and Grille is all sports all the time. In addition, Tuesday is Karaoke night, and there is live dance music on Saturday. Time Out is the only smoke free bar in Branson.
If dancing is your priority, then The Midnight Rose is for you. It features a very large dance floor and live bands on Saturdays.