Sunday: 6 a.m. â€“ 2 p.m.
Monday-Saturday: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Carry Out, Dine In
Entrée Price Ranges:
Breakfast, Country Cooking
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Cash, Local Checks
Clocker's Café in Downtown Historic Branson, Missouri offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner with menu items including a good selection of breakfast dishes including omelets, biscuits and gravy, and hotcakes as well as Turkey Melt, Chicken Tenders, and & more!
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"Favorite breakfast spot"
I love having breakfast at Clockers. The food is always great and the service good. If you go prepare to wait if it is the weekend for a table, but it is worth it. If you go early your wait won't be bad or maybe not at all.
Reviewed on August 16, 2014
Last visited in August of 2014
Great food low prices.
Reviewed on September 1, 2013
Last visited in August of 2013
"My favorite local breakfast joint!"
My family loves coming to clockers for breakfast every time we are in Branson! Great food, reasonable prices and friendly people!
Reviewed on December 8, 2012
Last visited in December of 2012
"I eat at Clockers every week"
Wow after reading some of the reviews, can't believe it expecially the lady that ate at Clockers several times a week for a year and didn't like it, seems a little strange to me. My wife and I eat at least once a week and know the servers by name and ALWAYS have Great food and service. We take our out of town freinds to the resturant and they have always enjoyed it. Love the food, the employee's and it is every bit as good as Farmers without the crowd.
Reviewed on June 15, 2012
Last visited in June of 2012
Have been eating at Clockers for about a year now several times a week and have been nothing but disappointed in the food & service since the new owners have taken over. Short handed -Poor servers are overworked. Food quality not the same and there has been hair in food twice in 2 weeks. Anytime something is brought to the staff attention its always an EXCUSE! Sad that the Locals are going to get tired of EXCUSES and go across the street for breakfast. There is other restaurants in this town that serve breakfast with a smile and appreciate the locals business.
Reviewed on January 6, 2011
Last visited in January of 2010
This is the cutesy little downtown restaurant and the food is always plentiful and good. We have had breakfast, lunch and dinner here. Oh, and I can't forget the pie!
Reviewed on June 25, 2010
Last visited in December of 2009
Don't know when or what Spyder ate at Clockers, but he/she didn't give this good local spot a fair shake. Breakfast is always done right and service is great. The breakfast special is a value priced meal, more generous than the nearby Branson Cafe. We go often and are always pleased. Haven't tried lunch or dinner since we think of it as a breakfast cafe.
Reviewed on August 31, 2008
Last visited in August of 2008
This place is bad news--I wouldn't recomend it to my worst enemy. The service was horrible--we were the only customers in the place and the waitress could barely take care of us due to her constant cell phone banter. The food was not fit for a dog--it was definitely frozen store-bought microwaved. Steer clear of this rip-off.
Reviewed on April 5, 2008
Last visited in April of 2008
"I did eat breakfast here everyday!"
want a great old fashion affordable breakfast? This place is great small and cozy the food staff and place is great. What time is it? Who cares when your here you just want to reloax talk to the locals and enjoy your great food.
Reviewed on August 11, 2007
Last visited in April of 2006
I don't usually fall for the typical "touristy" downtown diners; but my father desperately wanted to go to Clockers for dinner one day when he was visiting, so I obliged. While on the inside it looks a lot like other downtown Branson cafes, it varies on many levels. The service I received was much better (faster, more friendly) than what I had experienced at a few other downtown places (which shall remain nameless!) and the price for the food (which is always quite good) is fair and affordable. If you're hungry for dinner the way Mom would make it, head on over to Clockers. You won't be disappointed!
Reviewed on December 7, 2006
Last visited in August of 2006
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