Branson’s Breakfast with Sedaka - A Tribute to Neil Sedaka & Friends wraps up three big tributes in one great show! You’ll be treated to a long list of hits with breakfast to boot - how can you beat that? You can’t! Branson is home to many impressive tribute artists, and Breakfast with Sedaka will delight you with a couple of the area’s best. They’ll share memorable music from Neil Sedaka that includes “Calendar Girl” and the chart-topper, “Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” and your favorites from Captain and Tennille, including the #1 Hit of 1975, the Grammy Award-winning “Love Will Keep Us Together.” And then there’s the music of the Carpenters, one of music’s most iconic duos - few brother and sister acts have ever hit the charts, let alone filled them up with great songs, including, “We’ve Only Just Begun,” “Rainy Days and Mondays,” “Sweet Sweet Smile,” and the #1 smash hit, “(They Long to Be) Close to You.”
In addition to all the incredible music, you’ll enjoy an Uptown Cafe breakfast, just about the best breakfast you can have in Branson! The all-you-can-eat menu features eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, hash browns, biscuits & gravy, waffles, cinnamon rolls, and fresh fruit, along with a beverage, like coffee or juice. Now, if you can’t fill up on that morning meal, there’s a hole in your belly!
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
- Breakfast with Sedaka - A Tribute to Neil Sedaka & Friends appears at Jackie B. Goode’s Uptown Cafe & Dinner Theatre.
- The Cafe & Dinner Theatre is located at 285 MO Highway 165, less than a block off Highway 76.
- The all-you-can-eat Breakfast is available at 8:30AM.
- Breakfast Buffet: eggs, bacon, sausage gravy, ham, grits, hash browns, homemade biscuits, waffle bar, cinnamon rolls, fresh fruit, and coffee or juice.
- Breakfast with Sedaka - A Tribute to Neil Sedaka & Friends appears Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8:30 a.m.
- All shows, including Breakfast with Sedaka, appearing at Jackie B. Goode’s Uptown Cafe & Dinner Theatre are family friendly and suitable for all ages.
- This venue’s story: Owner, David Goode, operates the Cafe & Dinner Theatre in honor of his brother, Jack Goode, a musician and songwriter, who lost his life serving his country in Vietnam. Jack was a highly decorated soldier, earning the Army Commendation Medal, The Silver Star, The Bronze Star, and The Purple Heart, among other commendations. We salute his service and sacrifice.
It’s great music and delicious food - it’s the perfect way to kick off your Branson morning - it’s Breakfast with Sedaka - A Tribute to Neil Sedaka & Friends!