Holly Hotel (Comedy Club)

Village Of Holly Downtown

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In a Nutshell

Get in the holiday spirit with a party that includes pre-dinner appetizers followed by four more table-served courses with wine

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jan 16, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required. Extra fee for any additional alcoholic bar/beverage service. Michigan sales tax and 19% service fee not included. Valid for up to 25 guests; extra $35 per person for additional guests. Event must be held on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday between December 1, 2013 and January 16, 2014. Not valid on Christmas Eve or New Years Eve. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

$1,600 for an all-inclusive holiday party for up to 25 ($3,200 value)

  • Hot and cold pre-dinner appetizers
  • Personalized souvenir menus at each place setting
  • Four-course table-served dinner
  • Choice of red or white wine service with dinner
  • Holly Hotel Comedy Club pass card for four for each guest, valid through 2014
  • Click here for a full dinner menu<p>

Holly Hotel

Built in 1891 as a railroad hotel on Battle Alley (so named for the drunken brawls common among wayfarers), the Holly Hotel's three-story Queen Anne-style building put up countless country-crossers in those turn-of-the-century boom years. It also saw a raid by Carrie Nation, two fires separated by 65 years to the hour, time served as a transient boarding house, and a monumental two-year renovation. The building's long, strange history has inspired countless legends and ghost stories—phantasmal cigar smoke from the inn's 1890s owner has been seen floating through the halls—but nowadays, the Holly Hotel is just as devoted to modern niceties as historic myth.

Three stories tall again, newly renamed, and sporting the warm, dark oak and Axminster carpeting of its wonder years, the Holly Hotel was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Today, the red-brick manse keeps its footing firm between past and future. The menu's signature dishes such as the beef wellington in veal-thyme reduction and the steamed Scottish salmon have gone unchanged since 1979, and every afternoon owner Chrissy hosts a Victorianesque tea party served on antique china. At the same time, the chefs employ an improvisational culinary method on the list of daily specials, rendered from fish, game, and other ingredients flown in fresh from across the world.

Beyond gourmet meals, the hotel also regales its guests with top-notch entertainment. The onsite comedy club features locally and nationally known jesters on weekends, offsetting the Victorian gas fixtures, stained-glass windows, and velvet wingback chairs with a healthy dollop of modern mirth and a cyborg wait staff.

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