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Entrees & Plates to Share at the Boathouse!

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There's nothing better than enjoying a beautiful evening at the best restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks, with a stunning view, and fantastic food! When you dine with us at the Boathouse, you will get just that. Our restaurant is nestled in the beautiful, rolling hills of the Ozarks, situated directly on the Lake. Our food is high quality, and it's like dining at a fine restaurant - but with the casual Lake atmosphere. Today we'd like to feature our delicious Entrees and Plates to Share, we know you'll want to come try them after this!


Plates to SharePeel & Eat Shrimp Cocktail sauce & lemons
Nachos Lettuce, tomato, onion, jalapenos, cheese, white chicken chili, and sour cream
Onion Rings with Sriracha Aioli
Short Rib Sliders Grilled, pineapple slaw & crispy onions
Seared Scallop Sliders Chipotle Aioli, basil, romas, crispy onions, Asian slaw
Black n Blue Shrimp Succulent shrimp sauteed in white wine, butter, spicy Cajun seasoning with chunks of melting blue chee…

Five Star Friday!

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Dining at the Boathouse Lakeside Bar and Grill is a wonderful experience! From our newly renovated facility, to our brand new menu for 2015, you will receive the highest service. We have a beautiful view of the Lake of the Ozarks, as well as a sparkling lakeside pool for your enjoyment. Don't just take our word for it though! Here are some comments from some very happy customers!





What are you waiting for? Come dine at the Boathouse and join the large group of people are are raving about us! We are the best lakefront restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks, and we take your satisfaction very seriously. Whether you're wanting to enjoy a drink by the pool, or a meal by the Lake, we can make your time with us enjoyable and satisfying. If you're out and about this weekend, you can swing in by land or water for a delicious Boathouse breakfast at the Lake of the Ozarks, that's ONLY available on the weekends. Make the Boathouse Lakeside Bar & Grill your best dining experienc…

3 Reasons to Dine At the Boathouse Lakeside Bar & Grill

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The Boathouse Lakeside Bar & Grill is the best waterfront restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks. Not just because we have great food, or because we're on the Lake, or because we have a pool, but those reasons definitely play a huge part in it! Dining at our restaurant gives you the opportunity to have five star food, in a casual dining experience - which is perfect for the Lake life. Here are a few of our favorite reasons you should dine with us this weekend!

You Can Travel By Water or Land Not matter how you like to spend your weekend, whether on water or land, you can easily reach us! We are located at Village Marina & Yacht Club, where you can get a boat slip, fill up with gas, and eat dinner all at one place. We love our land lubber's too! When you come by land you'll still get to experience our fantastic view of the Lake of the Ozarks while enjoying your fabulous meal.

Your Food Will Be Delicious Our menu is brand new for 2015, and even better than ever. We hav…

National Oyster Day!

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"O Oysters," said the Carpenter, "You've had a pleasant run! Shall we be trotting home again?' But answer came there none-- And this was scarcely odd, because They'd eaten every one. The Walrus & The Carpenter - Alice & Wonderland
Whether you love them raw, fried or on the half shell, oysters are a delicious way to celebrate National Oyster Day! Oysters can provide high levels of heart and brain boosting Omega-3 fatty acids, and enough zinc to keep you going all night. Here are a few fun facts to celebrate our appreciation of oysters.
1. Oysters have a three chambered heart, colorless blood and a pair of kidneys.
2. Oysters breathe similarly to fish. They have two gills and a mantle. The mantle is lined with many small, thin walled blood vessels which extract oxygen from the water.
3. Oysters are filter feeders, they draw water in over their gills. They primarily eat plankton and particles that get trapped in their gills. 
4. An oyster is a sessile mollusk…