Where to Find Your Next Cup of Coffee at Dollywood

At Dollywood, there are plenty of places to get your caffeine fuel for a fun theme park day. During Harvest Festival, I went in search of as many coffee spots as I could find, so you would have confidence that you’re never far from your next cup.

Check out this video for everything thing you need to know about coffee at Dollywood.

Insider Tip

Pair your last cup of coffee with an order of Dolly’s world-famous cinnamon bread for the ride home.

Here’s a summary of where you can find coffee:

Starbucks coffee is available at Spotlight Bakery (Showstreet) and Splinter’s Funnel Cakes (Wilderness Pass).

Drip coffee is available at Front Porch Café (Showstreet), Aunt Granny’s Restaurant (Rivertown Junction), Grist Mill (Craftsman’s Valley), Market Square (Showstreet), Showstreet Ice Cream (Showstreet), Red’s Drive-In (Jukebox Junction), Till & Harvest (Wildwood Grove), Lumber Jack’s Pizza (Timber Canyon), and Dogs N Taters (Rivertown Junction).

As a bonus, here’s a summary of where you can find hot chocolate:

Hot chocolate is seasonal and available at Spotlight Bakery (Showstreet), Showstreet Snacks (Showstreet), Showstreet Ice Cream (Showstreet), Front Porch Café (Showstreet), Aunt Granny’s Restaurant (Rivertown Junction), Crossroads Funnel Cakes (Rivertown Junction), Grandstand Café (Country Fair), Grist Mill (Craftsman’s Valley), Hickory House (Craftsman’s Valley), Splinter’s Funnel Cakes (Wilderness Pass), Sweets and Treats (Wildwood Grove), Red’s Drive-In (Jukebox Junction), The Dog House (Wilderness Pass), Lumber Jack’s Pizza (Timber Canyon), Market Square (Showstreet), Dogs N Taters (Rivertown Junction), and Kettle Corn (Rivertown Junction).

By | 2022-11-14T13:53:06+00:00 November 14th, 2022|Dining|0 Comments

About the Author:

Corinna is a “late in life” wife and mother, whose twenties lasted 20 years! A journalist by trade, she spent the better part of her career doing fun live shots for morning television. The adventure started on AM Northwest in her home state of Oregon. Later, it was on assignment for Better Mornings Atlanta that she visited Dollywood for the first time, and now she’s thrilled to be back as a Dollywood Insider. When Corinna isn’t driving carpool, you can find her updating her blog, The 40-year-old mommy, where she shares her fake-it-‘till-you-make-it strategies for “How to Look Like You Know What You’re Doing…with kids.” Blessed and grateful to be full-time homemaker, she lives with her husband and two girls in a log home on a lake in East Tennessee.
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