I got married at Hollyhock Hill in the fall. I am one who appreciates everything vintage, 1920s history...(this restaurant opened its doors in 1928), family tradition, charming atmosphere, the best fried chicken in the midwest, and excellent service. Hollyhock Hill provided all of that for us. We had a lovely wedding and an unforgettable dinner party with 107 guests. The servers went out of their way to make everything perfect. The wedding and dinner didn't break the bank, either! My family and friends still rave about the wonderful time they had and the ambiance of Hollyhock Hill.