Amid a 7,000 square-foot eatery adorned in wicker accents, the chefs at Chutnys draw inspiration from both North and South India, which yields a lengthy menu of dishes that differ in terms of spiciness and use of the color puce. All the meat used in curry and barbecue meals are prepared according to halal traditions, while the restaurant’s vegetarian dishes are rich in spinach, cheese, and spices—making them no less flavorful than their meaty counterparts. Chutnys invites larger events into their banquet hall, where they present aromatic feasts for groups as small at 10 and as large as 250.
Hotel Seville is situated near the heart of Harrison, and that puts you within walking distance of the town's historical shopping district and ]the 1909 Boone County Courthouse. Stop into Boone County Heritage Museum to find exhibits on bank robber Henry Starr, the railroad, and Civil War veterans.Harrison is located within the Ozarks, a scenic plateau that encompasses southern Missouri, northern Arkansas, and bits of Oklahoma, and Kansas. The area's trademark towering limestone bluffs are on display at the nearby Buffalo National River Park. Head here to hike on 100 miles of trails or canoe the Buffalo River, one of the few remaining undammed rivers in the contiguous United States.Roughly 30 miles north of Harrison is Branson, the entertainment capital of the Show Me State. With the family fun package included with the three-night option, you'll receive tickets to Branson-area attractions including the Hollywood Wax Museum and the Castle of Chaos, as well as other sites in nearby Eureka Springs.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
Having appeared on worldwide television and in more than 3000 live performances around the globe, The Bretts deliver high energy, high-caliber professional entertainment to audiences of all ages. Voted Best Morning Show in Branson, The Bretts consistently make their daytime performance the place to be on the Strip.
Although it was popularized for its starring role in several episodes of the 1960s hit show The Beverly Hillbillies, Branson boasts a longstanding history with the performing arts. Today, a cappella ensembles, celebrity impersonators, and veteran Broadway singers stage dozens of shows every night along the Strip. Even the town itself toys with theatrics, with The Fountains at Branson Landing surging skyward amid fire cannons during frequent spectacles. Cradling Branson, the encircling plateau of the Ozarks sets a precedent for spectacle. Rolling slopes recede into misty abstractions, transforming into a russet-and-gold patchwork quilt each fall. Beneath the earth, monumental caverns boast summits and crannies of their own. Tours of Talking Rocks Cavern weave through fantastical stalactites, and Marvel Cave, one of the Ozarks' oldest attractions, ensconces visitors in a sinkhole-carved entrance room large enough to have once hosted hot air balloon flights and stegosaur birthday parties.