The Legendary Dream Away Lodge Is For Sale
I have not been to the Dream Away in a while but always loved going there, It is one of my happy places,the atmosphere when going to the Dream Away is magical from the art to the plates you would eat your meals on, Chef Amy always has an awesome menu which the food was always delicious! to live performances of wonderfully talented musicians and singers there music coming from across the room, and the lights on the front of the bar, and speaking of the bar always yummy drinks and you can't forget what makes the Dream Away so special, the Daniel Osman the owner and the folks who work there make you feel at home.
The legendary Dream Away Lodge which has been a Berkshire legend for more than 90 years is for sale with an asking price of $1.25 million.
The buyer will come into possession of a restaurant and music venue known for many events, but especially for a visit from members of Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue concert tour in 1975, at the encouragement of local musician Arlo Guthrie.
On the Dream Aways website, it says that the visit evolved into several days of celebration and performance. The 1975 visitation by Arlo Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Allen Ginsberg and the Rolling Thunder Review, led to the Dream Away’s prominent role in Part Two of Dylan’s epic film Renaldo and Clara – enhancing an already unmatched reputation as one of Berkshire County’s best loved and most closely held hilltown secrets.
Since then, hundreds of touring musicians have played there, to the enjoyment of thousands of customers. The lodge is also known for its restaurant, bar, and for special events on the grounds.
Since the lodge’s purchase by former actor and theater maker Daniel Osman in 1997, the lodge’s legend has been rather spectacularly reborn. Part restaurant, part bar, part music venue, and all theater, the Dream Away features locally grown and sourced food, an imaginative and affordable menu in its own inimitable style, and a wide range of music, art, theater, cabaret, and spoken word events.
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