Holiday’s Restaurant Celebrates 19 Years in Ann Arbor

. February 1, 2016.
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Serving hot and homemade comfort food, locally owned and operated Holiday’s Restaurant is celebrating 19 years in Ann Arbor with all sorts of fresh offerings, including adult drink selections thanks to a liquor license acquired late last year. Owner Rob TerBush says the flavored mimosas are extremely popular, with cranberry, cranberry-apple, and cranberry-orange offerings. Also newly added to the menu are seasonal offerings like the red-velvet pancakes, cranberry-orange french toast, and “Fish Fry Fridays,” all including different drink specials. For Valentine’s Day, TerBush and his staff have created a “dinner for two” menu available the entire holiday week (February 8 through February 13).

Open 7am-9pm, Monday-Saturday, 7am-3pm, Sunday
Holiday’s Restaurant, 2080 W. Stadium Blvd
734-668-1292 | holidaysrestaurant.com

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