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New Cocktails at Wicked Willies! 🍸

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Summertime is just around the corner. However, with Memorial Day Weekend and the beautiful weather we've been having this spring, it feels like it's already here. To get into the spirit of the upcoming season, Lake of the Ozarks' best sports bar and grill has added a few new cocktails to our specialty drink menu. Wicked Willie's also has a few of favorites that are also perfect for the summertime.


New Cocktails at Wicked Willie's

Strawberry Margarita
Jose Cuervo Silver Tequila, JDK & Sons O3 Orange Liqueur, mango puree, sweet & sour, and fresh lime. Try this one frozen!

Raspberry Lemon Drop
ABSOLUT Citron, 360 Red Raspberry, JDK & Sons O3 Orange Liqueur and fresh lemon garnished with fresh raspberries.

Sinful Screwdriver
Deep Eddy Orange Vodka, Red Bull Yellow Edition, and a splash or orange juice.

Ozark Mai Tai
Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, mango puree, orange, pineapple and lime juices, grenadine, topped with a Myers' Dark Rum Floater.

Maple Old Fashion
Jim …

Bourbon, Scotch, Whiskey - What's The Difference?

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Bourbon, Scotch and Whiskey... What is the difference? While this may be common knowledge for some, it's always a nice to have a little refresher. While they may all contain the same basic ingredients, they're all produced differently. Whiskeys come in many forms, and your favorite sports bar at the Lake of the Ozarks is here to help you distinguished between them.

Whiskey
You may see whiskey spelled whisky, why is this? Whiskey is produced in the United States, while whisky is produced in other countries. No matter where it's produced (or how it's spelled, this liquor is made from a fermented grain mash of barley, corn, rye or wheat and aged in charred white oak casks, which gives the distinctive brown color.


Tennesse Whiskey Tennessee Whiskey is a type of corn whiskey made in the state of Tennessee. While it's similar to the distillation practices, aging and flavors to bourbons, Tennessee whiskey distillers use a charcoal filtration process. 
Irish Whisky Irish Whis…

Your Invited To The Festival of Speed Social!

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Lake Race is just around the corner and we're getting ready the only way we know how! At Wicked Willie's, we're hosting the Festival of Speed Social on Monday, May 15 to get excited for the big racing event, June 1 - 4. Everyone is welcomed to come out to the best sports grill at the Lake of the Ozarks to learn more about the 2017 Lake Race and enjoy FREE appetizers and drink specials. Learn more about the Festival of Speed Social and some of the Lake Race events below.


Festival of Speed Social Monday, May 15 5:00 - 7:00 PM
Stop by Wicked Willie's on Monday, May 15 for the Festival of Speed Social. Enjoy FREE appetizers and drink specials. Learn all about the events for the 2017 Lake Race. Everyone is welcomed including volunteers, racers, fans and anyone else interested in the Lake Race. It's going to be a WICKED good time! 
Festival of Speed
During Lake Race, the official Festival of Speed will take place on June 1. This is the perfect event for those who have a nee…

Wicked Willie's Celebrates National Hamburger Month! 🍔

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There's nothing more American that a good juicy burger. May is designated as National Hamburger Month and Lake of the Ozarks' best sports bar and grill plans to celebrate! Wicked Willie's has a wide selection of signature flame-grilled burgers that are perfect for observing National Hamburger Month. Wicked Willie's has gathered some fun facts about hamburgers to celebrate this delicious month plus a few of our favorite burgers you can order.


Fun Facts About Hamburgers

- Burgers weren't very popular until its introduction at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis.

- There's a Hamburger Hall of Fame located in Seymour, Wisconsin.

- 60 percent of sandwiches sold globally are actually burgers.

- In America alone, 50 billion burgers are eaten in a single year. The average American eats a hamburger 3 times a week.

- The name hamburger is derived from the Hamburg steaks that were introduced to the US from German immigrants. During World War I, they were called Liberty …