Historic Branson Establishment Announces Centennial Celebration

Top Quote Branson Missouri landmark celebrates 100th anniversary on Oct. 1, 2010. End Quote
  • Springfield, MO (1888PressRelease) September 30, 2010 - While renowned attractions Silver Dollar City and Shepherd of the Hills commemorate 50 years, a Branson Missouri landmark celebrates 100th anniversary on Oct. 1, 2010.

    Opened in 1910, Branson Cafe spent the last century serving authentic Ozark Mountain recipes to residents and visitors of the Branson/Lakes Area.

    Branson Cafe tradition is deeply rooted for proprietors John and Tami Roten. Tami's mother, Bette Beasley, managed cooking chores at the famed cafe from 1954 to 1961. John wore the chef's hat for owners Mike and Marge Anderson in 1980; ironically, the same year he and Tami started dating. The Anderson's sold the cafe to Ken Roten, John's brother, who owned and operated the business for 20 years (1985 - 2005). John's parents, George and Betty, worked for Ken at the cafe during the same period.

    "This is an exciting time for Branson Cafe and a proud milestone for every Branson resident and visitor who has walked through those doors over the past 100 years", said Tami Roten.

    "Its not every day that a business celebrates 100 years serving customers," remarked John. "When folks walk into our cafe, they become family during their meal."

    The public is invited to join the festivities on Friday, October 1, 2010. Patrons will enjoy homemade sweet treats throughout the day to commemorate the momentous occasion. Doors are open to the public from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm.

    For more information about the centennial celebration and Branson Cafe, log onto www.TheBransonCafe.com or call 417-334-3021.

    About Branson Cafe

    Daily specials, hearty soups, hot beef sandwich, fresh fried chicken, chili, Frito pie, John's fresh baked Cinnamon Rolls and southern hospitality are staples at Branson Cafe. "Keeping Ozarks Traditions Alive" pays forward the customs, recipes, cooking-styles and hospitality of Ozarks heritage to Branson Cafe customers and visitors. To view a full menu or see what's going on at The Branson Cafe, visit www.TheBransonCafe.com.

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