Chateau’s brunch is a special treat

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BRANSON MO NEWS: Juliana Goodwin, Special to the News-Leader
Published 10:58 p.m. CT March 17, 2018
Buy PhotoThe Chateau on the Lake is a lovely and delicious spot for brunch.(Photo: Juliana Goodwin/Special to the News-Leader)Buy PhotoSpringfield has a variety of good brunch venues, but my new favorite spot is in Branson at Chateau on the Lake.I went for the first time recently — to celebrate my birthday — and it was spectacular.The quality and variety of food exceeded my expectations. There are more than 50 items on the menu, including cocktail shrimp and oysters on the half shell. The seafood was fresh.Brunch is probably my favorite meal because it encompasses the best of both worlds, and it’s OK to drink a mimosa before 1 p.m.AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideAt Chateau on the Lake, Sunday brunch is $34.95 for adults, $17 for children. It comes with up to three beverages including your choice of champagne, mimosas, Bloody Marys, or an assortment of non-alcoholic drinks. It was my birthday and I sipped champagne, which was delightful. A lot of times, brunch venues serve inexpensive and sweet sparkling wine, but this was a nice dry selection that I would serve myself.The ambiance was lovely, as the dining room overlooks Table Rock Lake, and there was live piano music by D’Vaughn Pershing, who used to work for Andy Williams.There were traditional breakfast foods like pancakes, French toast, bacon, eggs, biscuits and gravy. But there were also wonderful lunch options such as salmon (it was very good, and I am picky about salmon); beef medallions in mushroom sauce; and a carving station with prime rib, to name a few.Buy PhotoThe variety of food available at the Chateau on the Lake’s brunch tables is amazing. (Photo: Juliana Goodwin/Special to the News-Leader)There was …


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