Stuffed At Silver Dollar City

Classics meet creativity in culinary offerings


Photographs by COURTESY PHOTO

Layers of beans, potatoes, sauce and meat make the Mason jar barbecue “sundaes” an easy-to-carry meal during Silver Dollar City’s Bluegrass & BBQ Festival.

Silver Dollar City serves up an amazing 250,000 pounds of chicken, 150,000 pounds of skillet dinners and 90,000 pounds of candy each year. But this year, the heavy hitting news for food lovers is an expanded variety within the Branson, Mo., theme park. Over the course of 2017, Silver Dollar City's "Year of Food and Craft," more than 200 new items will be introduced.

During the Bluegrass & BBQ Festival, Silver Dollar City guests can enjoy fresh roasted corn topped with cheesy pork rinds and other toppings.

Different varieties of cinnamon rolls are offered each day at Eva and Delilah’s Bakery, such as this maple bacon version.

During Silver Dollar City’s Star Spangled Summer, kids can choose from a variety of pretzel toppings, including several popular breakfast cereals.


Silver Dollar City

WHEN — The 1880s theme park is open March through December

WHERE — Branson, Mo.

COST — $51 per day to $97 for a season pass

INFO — 800-831-4386

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