The kitchen staff pause for a picture during their busy opening weekend, left to right: Chrisopher Cornwell, General Manager Dallas Getson, Scott Fuchs, Bryan Best, Tristan Smith, and Allen Rineman. (photo credit: Amanda Mendez)Cattlemen’s Steakhouse is open for business in Willow Springs. (photo credit: Amanda MendezServers Emily Norris and Rylie Kelly (photo credit: Amanda Mendez)

Cattlemen’s Steakhouse Opens in Willow Springs

Cattlemen's Steakhouse is open for business on US Highway 60 in Willow Springs. The new establishment, owned by Mick and Brenda Plummer, held a soft open on Thursday, May 14. The soft open was so well-attended, that it was hardly a practice-run at all, said front-of-house employee, Paige Bunch. 
“We were slammed busy, as busy as the busiest Friday night,” she said. 
Cattlemen’s Steakhouse has been open for lunch and dinner every day since the soft open, except Sunday. General Manager, Dallas Getson says the opening weekend has been a “good welcome from the community.” 
Megan Brill, the front-of-house manager, agreed that the public reception has been good. She is hearing “nothing but rave reviews” about the food and service. 
In terms of what diners can expect, Brill said patrons will get a stand-alone experience, completely different from the steakhouse formerly in the same location for years. To that end, the restaurant boasts the culinary skills of General Manager Dallas Getson who Brill said “has been in culinary for a long time.”
Getson intends to run a high-quality, scratch kitchen and is already making many of the menu’s dressings and sauces in-house. The menu features steaks, burgers, sandwiches, and pasta. Bison steaks are available by advance request. 
Currently, the steakhouse is charging a 10% surcharge on all tickets to off-set the rising costs of meat caused by the coronavirus pandemic. For more on surcharges in local restaurants

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110 W. Main St.,
Willow Springs, MO 65793

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