The Happ Inn Counts Down to 2011 with a Portion of the Proceeds Benefiting Ravinia's Reach*Teach*Play

(Northfield, IL 2010) Celebrate New Year’s Eve at The Happ Inn, located at 305 Happ Road in Northfield, IL, as they offer something for everyone on this special evening.  

Join The Happ Inn for the Happ-iest New Year’s Eve Countdown to 7:00 p.m! New Year’s Eve isn’t just for the adults this year. Beginning at 5:00 p.m., bring the family and join The Happ Inn for a complimentary kids’ pizza making night along with a toast at 7:00 p.m! Kids will create their own pizzas from scratch complete with their choice of toppings. The Happ Inn chefs will cook the pizzas in our wood burning oven and then it’s time to dig in! Kids can toast to the New Year at 7:00 p.m. with sparkling grape juice and noisemakers. And for the adults at the event, our full dinner menu will be available along with our New Year's Eve specials and a toast for you to ring in the New Year! For more information or to make your reservation, call 847-784-9200 and ask to speak to a manager.

In honor of starting 2011 with the kids, The Happ Inn will donate a portion of the proceeds from the 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. seating to Ravinia’s Reach*Teach*Play ( programs which ensures that school children benefit from music through resident teaching artists, unique music education programs and training for teachers.

New Year’s Eve wouldn’t be complete without a celebration for the adults. The Happ Inn will feature menu specials available all night long to help you ring in the New Year. Indulge in our chef creations, such as the Lobster Burger with a creamy béarnaise sauce or the Imperial Wagyu Beef Burger topped with melted black truffle cheese. Be sure to sip on one of our specialty New Year’s Eve cocktails. There’s no better place to say Happ-y New Year than at The Happ Inn.

Reservations are required for the New Year's Eve Countdown to 7 p.m. and can be made by calling The Happ Inn at 847-784-9200.

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