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Branson, Missouri (MO) Area Restaurants & Dining Guide
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Average Rating
3 Stars
3 stars based on 16 reviews

Whipper Snapper's

2421 W. 76 Country Blvd in Branson, MO 65616
Phone: (417) 334-3282
Business Hours:
Mon-Sun: 6:30am - 8pm
(Closed in off-season)
Category:
Casual Dining
Dining Options:
Buffet, Dine In
Dress Code:
Casual
Entrée Price Ranges:
$11-15, $20+, $6-10
Main Cuisine:
Chicken, Fish, Seafood, Steak
Meals Served:
Dinner
Payment Methods:
Cash, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Reservations:
Not Accepted
Whipper Snapper's in Branson, Missouri offers the area's only All-You-Can-Eat Lobster and Crab Legs buffet. Guests of Whipper Snapper's will enjoy whole lobster, crab legs, crawfish, gumbo, shrimp, clam strips, and much more. A full service menu is also available.

Menu selections include appetizers such as cheese fries, popcorn shrimp, and clam strips as well as sandwiches including the Whipper Snapper Burger and the Grilled "Chicken of the Sea" Sandwich. Entrées at Whipper Snapper's in Branson include Chicken Fried Steak, Shrimp Dinner, award-winning Fried Chicken Dinner, and Hand-cut 8 oz. Rib Eye Steak.
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Customer Reviews (16)
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Geno Hobbs
"wouldn't go back if starving to death"
Rating of 1 stars
Reviewed on October 1, 2014
Walked in was asked to seat ourselves. And was told to help ourselves to the buffet. And hostest would come and take drink order. Sat there 5 min. Before. Server came longer. Till ice tea drinks came. The food was horrible. Service was worse. The we noticed there were no menus or food prices listed or shown anywhere. Then when we decide to leave. Bill price was for two people. $99.50 for food thats not even good enough for a hyena. Was very disturbing to be treated this way. Signed. Geno C Bananzia.
Last visited in October of 2014
Paul Hanson
"A standing joke"
Rating of 2 stars
Reviewed on April 17, 2014
Went to Branson to play a little Spring golf. Three of us wanted to stop because we all love lobster. BIG MISTAKE--The atmosphere was a bland as the food. The place looked dirty and the lobster was nearly inedible. I did like the catfish but little else. I can think of no reason to ever return except to point out the worst ever seafood. This is definely a place to stay away from.
Last visited in March of 2014
Karin
"If love the taste of lobster and crab... Not too bad"
Rating of 3.5 stars
Reviewed on September 25, 2013
Yup! Someone said it before... Lobster was a little tough but tasted great. The crab however was flaky and delicious. I also enjoyed the cran cakes and the clams and hush puppies. Corn bread good too. Not fancy here nor gourmet, but if you want all the crab and lobster you can eat it is not a bad deal.
Last visited in September of 2013
Linda Wilcox
Dover, Oklahoma
Rating of 4 stars
Reviewed on October 14, 2011
We have gone to Whipper Snappers everytime we go to Branson and look forward to it. We were there in September and found it had moved to a new location. We were so surprised to see how few people were there!! We have never had a bad meal there and the atmosphere is so casual and everyone sits there visiting from one table to another. We had asked at our hotel for the location of the restaurant and was told that they had not gotten good reviews on the restaurant and we were stunned but went any way, it was one of the reasons for going to Branson was to eat at Whipper Snappers, that is how much we enjoy their food!! We were not disappointed, only that more visitors were not there enjoying this fabulous buffet, you can find a $2 coupon in most of the maps and magazines there, but considering what you get on the buffet, lobster, crap legs, several types of shrimp, etc it is worth the money. There was another couple there also from Oklahoma that goes to Branson for the pure enjoyment of eating at Whipper Snappers. So I recommend it very highly and encourage you not to miss Whipper Snappers if you like seafood!!!! It is the BEST!!!!!
Last visited in September of 2011
S Harris
Kansas City, Missouri
Rating of 2 stars
Reviewed on December 20, 2010
ANYONE WINTER TRAVELING..Be sure you know that Whipper Snappers is CLOSED Dec 12, 10 to March 2011. So if you are planning a seafood buffet when you get to Branson before March, your only choice in winter is Starvin Marvins....and the crab legs were cold even when brought "fresh from the kitchen" (more on that in Their review) We got to Branson this weekend. Grabbed coupon books and set off to find eating establishments (via surfin net) EVERYONE of the books advertises Whipper Snappers more than once. Not anywhere does it show closed for winter. Good job guys.
Last visited in December of 2010
Risa French
Branson, Missouri
Rating of 2 stars
Reviewed on September 10, 2010
I was not pleased with the food when I ate here last. It was not worth the money. The items on the salad bar were old and tasteless and as mentioned by many of the other posters here, the personnel they have working there are not friendly or customer service oriented. When my husband told the salad bar attendant that some of the food was in very bad condition, he did not do anything about it. Also, we had to wait repeatedly for lobster. Often there would be four or five people in line for 10 minutes or more waiting. Nobody seemed to care. For the money I will go someplace better next time.
Last visited in April of 2010
Joshua Tieman
Dardenne Prairie, Missouri
Rating of 1 stars
Reviewed on August 14, 2010
If you're looking for a value (on food poisoning) this is the place for you. My wife and stopped by to gab a all you can eat lobsters and crablegs. Sounded like a great value... It all started when we walked up to the restaurant to see an employee trying to lift a trash can into the dumpster. So I tried to be a nice guy and help. Little did I know this dumpster boy would be our waiter. We look at the buffet... it looked not so good but we decided to give it a try, I mean $30 per person is a very attractive price for all you can eat lobster/crablegs. We got our table and I went to use the bathroom. When I got back to the table I told my wife to get up we were leaving. I swear to god there was an inch of urine on the floor in the bathroom and smelled like, well you know. If the bathroom is this bad just imagine what the kitchen is like. We walked right out and will never look back.
Last visited in August of 2010
John E Halmon
Olive Branch, Mississippi
Rating of 5 stars
Reviewed on June 24, 2010
Like another writer/reviewer, I have dined on fine seafood "from the rocky coast of Maine, to the Golden Gate in Frisco. The buffet upstairs was "right on" and the seafood downstairs was indescriberly delicious. The waiter was efficient and friendly. The meal was righously priced. What more can you ask for!
Last visited in April of 2010
John E Halmon
Olive Branch, Mississippi
Rating of 5 stars
Reviewed on May 5, 2010
Hey, I've travelled around the world and the US. The last time my Wife and I "really" enjoyed Lobster was in Boston, MA. The lobster (and) crab legs at this restaurant were terrific. I even tried the upstair buffet and, found it to to good as well. Had I not eaten the pulled pork dinner from upstairs, I would have "polished off" more than 5 tails. The service from our waiter "John" was outstanding. Our drinks never ran low and, "can I get you anything else" was his call sign. The cost for the meals was morwe than fair. Try going to Chicago and, attempting to have 2 single lobster dinners for $60, including soft drinks (ice tea). Or at the popular Red..... restaurants for that matter.
Last visited in April of 2010
Jim Veldheer
Holland, Michigan
Rating of 2 stars
Reviewed on June 11, 2009
What a waste!!!! Never again. Nothing like the ad
Last visited in June of 2009
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