Enjoy a full breakfast buffet on the weekends
Adults $12 and Kids $8.
11:00am-3:00pm Tuesday - Friday
MONDAY NIGHTS 7pm-9pm
All You Can Eat - Build your own nachos $12
COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAYS
Chef's chili specials, including chili cheese dogs and frito pie
Chef's choice appetizer sampler $12
Scenic Relaxing Casual Lakeview
Festive Entertainment WEEKLY
Serving the Lake of the Ozarks communities of Lake Ozark, Osage Beach, Linn Creek, Camdenton, Sunrise Beach, Porto Cima, Laurie, Greenview, Eldon in Missouri. And Many more. Located at the 16 mile marker from the lake with a view from the cove of The Lodge at Port Arrowhead.
This is located at The Lodge at Port Arrowhead. Easily visited by water and roads and recommended the best in town.
3080 Bagnell Dam Blvd. (3.16 mi)
Lake Ozark, Missouri 65049
Hours: Tuesday thru Saturday 11:00am - 1:30am
During Winter - CLOSED MONDAYS
Sunday 8:00am to Midnight
Visit The Lodge at Port Arrowhead today! Call for your reservation.
Enjoy One of the Lake's Best Marinas - MarineMax!
At Fat Polly's Pub, our passion is to serve our lake restaurant patrons the finest food and drinks in Lake of the Ozarks.
Note: No one knew for certain what sex Polly was.
Some say she was Polly - the foul mouthed sourdough parrot of Fleet street, an African Grey pirate's parrot sometimes found aboard the Princess Sophia, a parrot with a heart of gold, pure 14 carat. Polly would drink whiskey until she got so drunk she fell off her perch. Yet, when around kids, Polly became a new bird and sang sweetly whenever children sat down for homemade food in the restaurant.
Reportedly born in 1850 and in some places said to be born in 1886. Most say Polly lived to the age of 125, but all agree Polly had a long and unusual life.
Polly is known to have truly exceptional and celebrated unusual talents including great skill at mimicking noises. Such as the imitation of the popping of corks and gurgle of wine! Polly is known to say things like "Scotch!", "Rats!" or "More Wine, Sir!" to customers and give fictitious orders galore like "Shiver me timbers!", "Jump to it, shark-bait!" or "Shut up, you lily-livered bird-brain!".
The legend grew, and when in August 1905 Polly disappeared after his cage was left open, the hunt for the bird was big news. A search party was organized of fleet footed waiters looking among the chimney pots and telegraph wires of the streets of London. Policemen were offered gold to find Polly dead or alive and return him to the restaurant. Later in the evening when all seemed lost, a man walking along Farringdon Avenue in London was asked "give me a kiss darling" to which he replied "certainly not", when the phantom voice then demanded "pudding and two veggies!" and "Hurry up!" It was of course Polly, who was caught and with much rejoicing returned to the pub.
In early 1915, the bird came under the care of Captain James Alexander, who ran the Engineer Mine located on the shore of Tagish Lake east of Atlin, British Columbia and moved to Canada.
In October 1918, Alexander and his wife left the bird behind while they went south for a visit. Sadly, they did not make it to Vancouver. The ship on which they were traveling, the Princess Sophia, hit a reef while navigating the Lynn Canal and sank.
Orphaned, Polly moved in to the Caribou Hotel in Carcross and quickly became its more distinctive resident.
There has been hearsay of singing, biting, drinking and swearing, and spitting, especially at gold miners. There is gossip of Polly the Parrot being worse behaved than some of the miners who frequented the bar at the Carcross Caribou Hotel in the Yukon of Canada around 1926. But to her credit Polly did not indulge in that profane kind of chatter for which she is famous.
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We need servers who can deliver food to tables efficiently.
Join our team of hosts with your welcoming smile and charm.
Prepare food with our team of lake renown chefs.
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