As you drive up and see the world’s largest meatball and fork – you know Pasgetti’s is the place for family dining in Branson, Missouri!
As a Blogging Branson Ambassador, I was invited to experience an Ozark Mountain Christmas as part of a media trip. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
Best Family Friendly Restaurant in Branson: Pasgetti’s
Did your kids call spaghetti – Pasgetti? I know all of my kids did at one point. So, the name just screams FAMILY to me.
When I saw that we were going to a restaurant call Pasgetti’s I was so excited. It instantly brought so many memories of my kids as toddlers running around while I was in the kitchen cooking dinner. I miss that age!
World’s Largest Meatball and Fork
While the exterior of the restaurant looks like a basic brick building. The world’s largest meatball and fork decorating outside will pique your interest to see what
From Branson to New York
As you step into Pasgetti’s you are instantly transported from Main St. Branson to the bustling streets of 1920s New York. The decor is brilliantly done and with multiple themed dining
Seating is plentiful, but the two-story restaurant has been known to fill to capacity during holidays.
Family Fun without leaving the restaurant
No trip to New York is complete without a visit to Brooklyn’s Coney Island. On the second floor of Pasgetti’s, nod to the family amusement park with an indoor Ferris wheel. And yes, it’s a real working Ferris wheel that the whole family can ride.
What to Eat at Pasgetti’s
Since we were a group, we got to pick from the group menu which featured four of their popular entrees – Chicken Ceasar Salad, Meatball Sub, Alfredo Pasta and Spaghetti
I had the Alfredo Pasta and it was good, but after everyone was raving about the meatballs, I wish I had tried them!
Drop In Guest – Nolan Fogle.
Nolan Fogle is the owner of Pasgetti’s and six other’s in Branson including the World’s Largest Cici’s Pizza. He also is the mastermind behind Benefit The Badge.
I could write all the details of what we learned from Nolan, but I think listening to him tell his story is a better idea.
We were on a strict time crunch when dining at Pasgetti’s, so it was too short. I look forward to going back and enjoying the food and atmosphere with my family.