END YOUR TRIP TO A CHRISTMAS STORY HOUSE JUST LIKE THE FILM

November 2nd, 2006 by Ralphie

 

 

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END YOUR TRIP TO A CHRISTMAS STORY HOUSE JUST LIKE THE FILM

 

C&Y Chinese Restaurant partners with A Christmas Story House

for special discount offers and holiday-themed party rentals

 

CLEVELAND – Nov. 2, 2006 – To help celebrate the grand opening of A Christmas Story House, the home used in the 1983 film “A Christmas Story” that has been renovated to its original movie appearance, C&Y Chinese Restaurant has been named the official restaurant of the house. The restaurant offers a special discount as well as a holiday party opportunity for fans of this holiday classic film. Visitors to A Christmas Story House who bring their ticket stub to C&Y Chinese Restaurant will receive 20 percent off their bill, while those who bring their C&Y Chinese Restaurant receipt to A Christmas Story House will receive half off the price of admission to the house and museum.

 

In addition to the discounts, C&Y Chinese Restaurant and A Christmas Story House have partnered with Lolly the Trolley for a special Holiday Party Package for groups of 30 or more. The party package includes transportation via Lolly the Trolley to the house and museum for the tour, and then it’s off to C&Y Chinese Restaurant to enjoy a meal, just like the Parker family following the tragic Bumpus’ hounds incident. For those truly die hard fans, C&Y Chinese Restaurant does offer Roasted Pei King Duck a.k.a. “Chinese Turkey,” the family’s infamous holiday meal from the film’s finale.

 

Trolley Tours is also offering evening tours to A Christmas Story House for groups and individuals without the restaurant stop. For reservations or additional information, contact Lolly the Trolley at info@lollytrolley.com or 216-771-4484 or 800-848-0173.

 

C&Y Chinese Restaurant is located at 2222 St. Clair Ave. Bearing a striking resemblance to the restaurant from the film, the restaurant offers a wide range of Chinese cuisine with a full bar and banquet room. For restaurant reservations, call 216-566-1188.

 

Once it opens on Nov. 25, A Christmas Story House will be open Wednesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. After Jan. 16, 2007, the house will be open Thursdays through Sunday. Admission to A Christmas Story House is $5 for adults and $3 for children. Group discounts are available. The price of admission includes a guided tour of the house and yard and admittance into the accompanying museum.

 

A Christmas Story House is located just five minutes from downtown Cleveland at 3159 W. 11th Street in the Tremont neighborhood. For more information or for directions, visit www.AChristmasStoryHouse.com or call 216-298-4919.

 

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