If you’re looking for good food and entertainment, Jackie B. Goode’s Uptown Café is the place to be.
Located across from the Titanic Museum on Highway 165, this 50’s themed diner has an inviting atmosphere with a variety of entertainers.
From the moment I sat down at my table up until the end of my meal, my waitress was attentive, friendly and the service was very fast.
The menu includes appetizers, soups and salads, sandwiches, hamburgers and specialty dinner entrees including country fried steak, deep fried shrimp and Hawaiian chicken. The café even offers a breakfast buffet everyday from 8 a.m.-11 a.m.
I ordered the chicken salad sandwich on a croissant and it was delicious! It came with a side of French fries and the sandwich was topped with lettuce, tomato, pickle and onion. Oh, and did I mention it was a huge sandwich?
While I was eating, I just happened to glance over at the table next to me and saw a gentleman with what looked like the Triple Decker BLT and quickly realized that ordering a sandwich here means you get lunch for the next day too. I left with a half of my delicious sandwich in a to-go container and I’m sure that guy did too.
The Jackie B. Goode’s Uptown Café features talented entertainers who perform music from all genres and time periods including the 50’s and 60’s, country favorites, Elvis and Sinatra.
The restaurant is also named after one of the owner’s relatives, Jack Goode, who served in the Vietnam War and is dedicated to others who have served. Goode was also a musician and song writer so the owner continues to provide quality entertainment to customers while they dine in his honor.
The Jackie B. Goode Uptown Café is on the corner of Highway 76 and Highway 165 and is open Monday-Sunday 8 a.m.-11 p.m.
For the full menu and schedule of entertainers, visit http://www.bransonuptown.com/index.html.