A Ozark Waterfront Restaurant Is A Perfect Place To Drink On A Hot Summer Day
This summer has been one of pretty intense heat and high temperatures. So anytime I can suggest options for you to beat the heat, enjoy a drink or a meal, and be able to spend time with the family, I will try to do so. I think that Redhead Lakeside Grill at the Lake of the Ozarks fits the bill. Lets learn a bit more about them.
This lakeside oasis has developed a reputation for a perfect summer location for amazing views, drinks, food and a crystal clear pool. They feature two levels of dining, 50+Tv's, Heated Pool w/ Swim up Bar, Kids Pool. Gas Dock.
Yes you can get here by boat, but most people do get here by car. There is enough parking.
So we have established the views and the water, and you know what you can expect inside. Now lets look at the food and drink options. You can click HERE to see their menu in more detail. They are open for lunch and dinner and have daily specials, as well as a Happy Hour from 3-6.
Jambalaya anyone? Count me in. If you like spicy foods. They are famous for their pizza, and certainly there is enough beer options.
Taco Tuesday? Yes, that will work too.
The Mojo Nachos are one of the most popular items on their menu. I am always up for nachos, so this would be a must for me.
As for the cocktails, you can choose from dozens of tasty cocktails or a refreshing frozen drink, like the raspberry or strawberry lemonade. The menu also features a slew of other favorites, including margaritas and beer.
The restaurant is kid-friendly, so you can relax from the standpoint of knowing there are options for the children. They will not go hungry.
I do want to mention that Redhead Lakeside Grill often has events, from live music to fundraising events that help kids. Their website and Facebook page will feature those too. You can 'LIKE' them on Facebook HERE. They are located at 1700 Yacht Club Dr, Osage Beach, MO 65065.
Hope you can check them out this summer, or in the fall. I hear that they keep the pool heated into the October months too. Sounds like a win-win to me.