Friday, November 09, 2007

The Dinner Bell-

Ringing of the Dinner Bell is a Southern tradition from the antebellum days. Workers in the fields were called into "dinner" (the noon meal) by the ringing of the big iron bell hung near the kitchen. Join the guests of Monmouth Plantation for our five course dinner served in the formal dining room with the glimmer of candles and the tinkle of crystal and silver. The bell is rung to announce dinner at 7:30p.m. This is the time for you to meander from the lounge with your mint julep and join your hostess who will escort guests into the Mansion for dinner. If you would like to enjoy dining at Monmouth please call for reservations 601-442-5852 or 800-828-4531.
-Peggy Voss

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