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218 within 3 miles
Sugar Leaf Bakery, Cafe & Espresso
131 ft$$ - $$$ • Dessert • American • Cafe
0.1 mi$$ - $$$ • American • Bar • Barbecue
Mel's Hard Luck Diner
165 ft$$ - $$$ • American • Diner • Vegetarian Friendly
Cakes-n-Creams 50's Diner
517 ft$ • Dessert • American • Diner
526 ft$$ - $$$ • American • Steakhouse • Bar
Local Flavor Branson
519 ft$$ - $$$ • American
Florentina's Ristorante Italiano
0.2 mi$$ - $$$ • Italian • Pizza • Tuscan
0.3 mi$$ - $$$ • Quick Bites • American • Cafe
Pancho Villa Tex Mex
391 ft$$ - $$$ • Mexican • Southwestern • Vegetarian Friendly
Landry's Seafood House
0.2 mi$$ - $$$ • Seafood • Vegetarian Friendly • Vegan Options
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0.5 miSpeciality Museums
The Branson Coaster
0.6 miAmusement & Theme Parks
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Shopping at the Grand Village was fun and felt very safe during the covid period, as face masks were worn by the helpful workers, and required for the patrons. There were hand sanitizing stations available also. It was easy to stay six feet apart from other shoppers because there were fewer shoppers even at the end of Veterans Week, which is traditionally very busy. Lovely Christmas decorations were in place during the stroll through the village. Loved the Kringles huge Christmas shop, as well as the Thomas Kincaid Painting Shop, and Dickens Store. Had to stop at the Mulberry shop while my husband visited the Peter Engler Woodworking Shop. So many shops, so little time between shows.
Written November 21, 2020
The Grand Village Shops are as unique shops that I have ever been to. We can always find some great bargains and the entire place is situated so good that every thing is very easy accessed. We always purchase our Goats Milk Soap there. Mulberry Mill is our favorite store.
Written July 13, 2020
We always stop in to the Grand Village Shops to get our Christmas fix at Kringles enormous shop no matter the time of year. Another must do is Mulberry Mill for yummy dip mixes. Sugar Leaf treats is the best spot in Branson for lunch and we try to eat there each visit.
Written January 1, 2022
I was expecting a little more after reading the reviews. Yes, there are some unique stores, but nothing out of the ordinary. I was not impressed with Kringles as their decorations were too overpriced. Some of the other shops just seemed to be overpriced junk. We didn’t get the full experience as some of the shops were closed for the day. We should have went with the original recommendation and took our time elsewhere.
Written January 3, 2021
We stop in every time we are in Branson. Lunch at Sugar Leaf, buying snacks at Mulberry Mill, and getting lost in Kringles is a part of our Branson tradition. You will find no cookie-cutter chain stores. The victorian theming with brick and fountains is utterly charming any season of the year.
Written April 11, 2020
Our family visits Branson frequently and this is always a place we have to stop. We get our fix on great soaps at Lori's Soap Market and we always stock up on teat at TeaMaze. There's plenty of things for the Christmas lovers as well. It's a fun walk and fun for all ages.
Written February 23, 2022
It was a delightful shopping experience. Very cute area with lots of benches for sitting and a variety of stores. My favorite stores were Lori’s soap shop and TeaMaze. They both had wonderful customer service without being overly pushy.
Written May 19, 2021
Fun area to shop and eat good! Stopped in the Kringles Christmas store and had fun looking at all of the displays and decorations. The tea store was fun too and the lady there was so helpful explaining the different teas and benefits from each. We ate at Mel's Hard Luck Diner. It was packed for lunch, but we were seated right away. Tried the Cherry Ice Cream Soda and it was really good. Split a tenderloin and chili cheese dog with my dad. They were both great! Fairly priced. There were lots of benches/chairs to sit outside and enjoy the day. Nice and clean.
Written May 16, 2021
We cam here to eat at Mel's Hard Luck Diner but did a little shopping too. More than half of the places were closed die to good Friday but the shops we went into were fine. The shopping mall reminded us of something you would see at Disney World where they try to make it look like a small town with a lit of small shops. I thing too amazing in the shops but we'll worth stopping by to get souvenirs.
Written April 3, 2021
After the Historic shops this is a better shopping experience, great location, plenty of choice and well presented as a shopping area, the ladies loved it, well worth a shop experience.
Written October 29, 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Grand Village Shops
- Grand Village Shops is open:
- Sun - Sun 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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