Food, Fellowship, and Miles of Decorations

December 5, 2013 | By | Comments (2)
Photo: Robbie Caponetto

Photo: Robbie Caponetto

Progressive dinners (meals with each course in a different location) serve up the very best of a Southern Christmas: food, fellowship, and miles of decorations. Reserve a spot at one of these favorites from around the South.

Cape Charles, Virginia. Guides guests to Victorian homes via a luminary-lit path. December 6, $40; northamptoncountychamber.com

Charleston, South Carolina. Transports attendees to three historic hotels via horse-drawn carriage (including the John Rutledge House Inn, shown above). November 29-December 23, $95; circa1886.com

Jonesborough, Tennessee. Spotlights five historic venues, usually closed to the public, in the state’s oldest town. December 7, $79; heritageall.org

Murfreesboro, North Carolina. Entertains with live classical music between the 13 stops. December 5-6, $30; murfreesboronc.org

COMMENTS

  1. hammerandheels

    Don’t forget about New Orleans! There are plenty of fun Christmas activities and delicious meals down here too:) http://hammer-and-heels.com/2013/12/03/christmas-time-in-new-orleans/
    -Anne

    December 6, 2013 at 10:26 am
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    December 13, 2013 at 6:41 pm