Pzazz on the Point - Indian Point Sports Bar - Restaurant


2820 Indian Point Road

(2 miles past Silver Dollar City On Table Rock Lake)

Our menu

Handcrafted delights that instantly brighten up your day. Whether its Jack Hamilton’s Prime Rib, 1/2 pound Game Specialty Burger, Stir Fry Vegetables and Rice, or Spinach Salad, we use the finest ingredients to produce these mouth-watering cuisine.

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Full Service Bar

Domestic / Imports / Wine / Spirits

“Tasty Food, Cold Beer,
and the Game is ALWAYS ON!”


Start your party off right with these tasty finger food starters: Loaded Chunky Potatoes w/Cheese, Homemade Onion Rings, Portobello Mushroom Spears, Jalapeno Mac n Cheese Bites and more….


We’ve rounded up our best dinner recipes! From Slow-Cooked Prime Rib to Bacon Wrapped Pork Kabobs to Atlantic Breaded Cod Fillets — we’ve got you covered.

perfect game

Juicy half-pound burger topped with Bacon, Jalapenos, BBQ & Onion Straws or Cheddar, Provolone, Ham and Bacon


Our lighter options offer healthy alternatives with perfect portion sizes!

Stir Fry Vegetables & Rice or Spinach Salad


Jack Hamilton’s Prime Rib Sandwich!

Sweet n Spicy Pork, Monte Carlo, Bacon Avocado Cajun Chicken, California Club, Fried Chicken, Philly Cheese

Our History - Jack Hamilton

Pzazz was originally founded by professional baseball player, Jack Hamilton. Jack was born in 1938 in Burlington, Iowa. He made his major league debut as a pitcher with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1962. He was well known for his power and occasional spitball. In 1967, Jack hit a Grand Slam against the STL Cardinals. Jack went on to play for the NY Mets, Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, and the California Angels.

After Jack retired from baseball in 1970, he and his wife Jan, opened their first restaurant, Jack’s Clubhouse, in Morning Sun, Iowa. They owned restaurants in both Iowa and Illinois before moving to Branson, Missouri in 1986. Jack and Jan owned or operated Jack & Tommy’s, the 19th Hole, and Pzazz Restaurants, all in Branson. Jack would often be found sitting at the corner of the bar drinking Diet Rite or playing cards nearby with friends.

Jack retired from the restaurant and catering business in 2012 when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. He passed away in February 2018 at 79 years old, but his legacy continues!

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It was a really incredible experience for me. The quality of food was only matched by the quality of service I got. I wish I could keep the flavor in my mouth forever. Thanks for making the evening an unforgettable one.