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At Florentina's, diners really get their money's worth. With massive portions made for two, it's always nice when you can get two meals for the price of one. On the menu, guests will find all of the familiar favorites like calamari, bruschetta, ravioli, antipasti, salads and the interesting 'Italian Nachos' made with crispy pasta, cheese, chicken, olives and peppers. Additionally, the kitchen prepares almost every pasta that has ever emanated from the 'Boot' and if it isn't on the menu, the chefs can probably make it. The spumoni here is also worth mentioning, because it's probably the only place in Branson that serves it as close to authentic as possible.
Vintage Paris is a quaint little bar and coffeehouse located in nearby Hollister just across the White River. Here at Vintage Paris the owners hand-roast all of the beans and you can really taste the care with which they're made. All of the beans are obtained through fair-trade processes and in addition to java, the shop also sells wine and beer. All you need is free Wi-Fi (which they provide), a comfy couch and some relaxed conversation.
The waters of Table Rock Lake reflect the emerald sky all day and shimmer in the moonlight all night, and they provide a backdrop for one of Branson's finest dining experiences. Inside, the melange of wood panels and marble veneer create an opulent environment that is perfect for couples. Inside the kitchen, critics have hailed chef Doug Knopp for his innovative and modern dishes. Here his sorghum-glazed salmon, caper-whipped potatoes, and beets glazed in lemon butter have received national attention from magazines like Bon Appétit and Food & Wine. Dinner entrees are pricey, but that's to be expected from a four-diamond hotel and restaurant. Knopp's desserts are also well-received, try the Southern Pecan tort, it's a local favorite.