Billy Bob’s Dairyland – Review

 Billy Bob’s Dairyland is definitely a family favorite place to eat burgers while in Branson.  There are other places to get a good Burger in Branson, but you cannot beat the meat at Billy Bob’s.  Each patty is 1/2 pound of deliciousness.  I think Billy Bob’s secret is not only the huge fresh meat on their burger but cooking the burger on their well seasoned flat top griddle.  You will just have to visit Billy Bob’s and see.

I just had to update this post after my teenage son, Casey, managed to eat every bite of this quadruple Billy Bob burger.  The patties equaled 2 full pounds of beef.  He is really thin and plays high school football and baseball.  He gets a lot of exercise which is why Casey can eat such a massive burger.  Casey loves burgers and this burger is his favorite ever.   Billy Bob’s can make any burger size to fill up even a hungry teenage boy.  Below you will find my original post with a video we took while at Billy Bob’s in Branson.

Yes you can get a quadruple burger at Billy Bob's.  Each patty was 1/2 pound for a total of 2 pounds of beef.  My teenage son proved he was a man and finished every bite.

Yes you can get a quadruple burger at Billy Bob’s. Each patty was 1/2 pound for a total of 2 pounds of beef. My teenage son proved he was a man and finished every bite.

This is a triple burger.  1  1/2 pounds of beef from Billy Bob's burgers.

This is a triple burger. 1 1/2 pounds of beef from Billy Bob’s burgers.

Billy Bob’s is a landmark in Branson.  It is located on Hwy 76, the strip.  Several people told me that Billy Bob’s has the best hamburgers in Branson.  I will agree that the hamburgers are truly delicious.  They are made from real beef, extremely thick 1/2 pound burgers, and are very juicy.  You can tell how juicy a burger is by how many napkins you use while eating the burger.  Billy Bob’s burgers are definitely a 2 to 4 napkin burger.  To me, the more juicy the burger, the better.  I truly enjoyed my burger and so did the rest of my family.  My husband and one of my 16-year-old sons woke up the next morning still talking about how juicy their burgers were and how much they would like to tackle the 1 pound burger next time.  We have been going to Branson for years and never stopped at Billy Bob’s Dairyland because it is in a gas station.  We were truly missing out on one of the best burgers and shakes that I have ever eaten.  If you are ever in Branson, go by Billy Bob’s Dairyland and try a burger and shake for yourself and let me know what you think.

We truly enjoy Branson, Missouri.  You can find many posts about the Branson area on my blog. 

Billy Bob's Burgers in Branson, MO menu

Billy Bob’s Burgers in Branson, MO menu

Billy Bob Dairy Land Address is  1901 West State Highway 76, Branson, MO 65616

I am a Southern Food & Travel blogger.  I blog about RECIPES, RESTAURANT REVIEWS, FAITH, FAMILY, TRAVEL EXPERIENCES & GIVEAWAYS.  I grew up in Alabama but currently live in ARKANSAS.  I have lived in 6 Southern States.  I have 5 children including 2 adoptive children and a son who has Cerebral Palsy. I am a Christian & Pray you will be encouraged when visiting my blog.

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