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Keeping in the tradition of Dr. John and Blanche Ogle, Five Oaks Farm Kitchen welcomes friends and neighbors looking for Southern cooking and hospitality. Here we treat you like family and invite you back when you take a notion.

 

Dr. John and Blanche Ogle legacy and lore date back to String Town in the 1920s. When Sevier County was known as an agriculture community, before the dedication of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, hospitality was in the Ogle’s DNA.

 

While Dr. John spent his days traveling on horseback attending to his patients, Blanche filled her days caring for their children on the farm. Together they raised four children in their farmhouse which frequently opened its doors to visiting friends and family.

 

Their hospitality was known throughout the county and their home was filled with laughter, love and the pleasant aromas of down-home cooking.

 

Keeping in the tradition of Dr. John and Blanche Ogle, Five Oaks Farm Kitchen welcomes friends and neighbors looking for Southern cooking and hospitality. Here we treat you like family and invite you back when you take a notion.

Dr. John and Blanche Ogle legacy and lore date back to String Town in the 1920s. When Sevier County was known as an agriculture community, before the dedication of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, hospitality was in the Ogle’s DNA.

While Dr. John spent his days traveling on horseback attending to his patients, Blanche filled her days caring for their children on the farm. Together they raised four children in their farmhouse which frequently opened its doors to visiting friends and family.

Their hospitality was known throughout the county and their home was filled with laughter, love and the pleasant aromas of down-home cooking.

Location: 1638 Parkway Sevierville, TN

Hours: 7:30AM - 9:00PM Daily

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