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Limited-Time BOGO Dinner Offer at Song & Hearth: A Southern Eatery

At Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa, we do “Southern” well. Southern hospitality, Southern charm and especially Southern cooking are all things we take very seriously. Right now, you can enjoy all of that and more during Song & Hearth: A Southern Eatery’s BOGO (buy one get one) event. Every Sunday through Thursday now until March 10, 2022, you and your family can indulge in Southern chicken & dumplings, DreamMore’s bacon-wrapped meatloaf with roasted tomato jam, braised collard greens with Applewood smoked bacon and so much more while taking advantage of our buy one, get one free dinner offer.

This delicious offer is perfect for a girls’ night out, date night or a family meal. Plus, every Thursday through Saturday now until Feb. 26, you also can enjoy the resort’s Winter Music Series. That means on Thursdays, you can sit down to a delicious BOGO meal at Song & Hearth: A Southern Eatery before making your way out to the climate-controlled tent on the event lawn for an evening of incredible music and entertainment. Talk about a great weekday date night!

For more information on the Winter Music Series or how to buy room packages, tickets and meet & greets, check out this blog.

Again, BOGO in Song & Hearth: A Southern Eatery is every Sunday through Thursday (except Feb. 14) now through March 10, 2022. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 865-428-9696 or visiting Dollywood.com/ReserveDining. For more information or to see a full menu, visit https://www.dollywood.com/Resort/Dining/Special-Offers.

Oh, and don’t forget to try the tater tots or the pecan pie. You’ll thank me later!

By | 2022-01-17T18:31:13+00:00 January 17th, 2022|Lodging|0 Comments

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Born right here in Pigeon Forge, Jennifer Webb has been visiting Dollywood since before she can remember. Many weekends were spent enjoying berries n’ cream sundaes and riding her favorite ride, Daredevil Falls. Jennifer’s love of reading and writing started early with the help of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. In 1995 Jennifer was part of the first group of Sevier County kids to receive a book from the program. While in elementary school, life took Jennifer’s family to Knoxville where she still calls home. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and an avid Vol fan. Read More!
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