78 Wakefield Street, Rochester, New Hampshire | 603-332-0107

NEW YEAR'S EVE 2019
COMEDY BALL at
THE GOVERNOR'S INN

* Prime Rib Buffet
* Boston Headline Comedy!
* Then Dancing into the New Year!
Tickets SOLD OUT - but dinner tables avail. in dining room - call 332-0107

Make this a truly special evening
with your friends & family ....


Dinner
Start with an hors d'oeurves station, a served salad,
then step up to our buffet which includes
Chef carved Prime Rib au Jus,
Baked Haddock with lemon-dill sauce,
Baked Stuffed Chicken,
Whipped Potato, Steamed Vegetables,

then a served Chocolate Mousse for dessert with coffee included.

Headline Comedy with Kyle Crawford
Kyle performs his 'Everyman’s View' style comedy at clubs and colleges throughout New England, from Rhode Island to Maine.  He has been featured on Comcast and was finalist in Last Comic Standing

Dancing
Bring your dancing shoes
and get ready to kick 'em up into the New Year's
to the best of 80's pop & rock!


Doors open at 8pm with hors

 

SORRY our Comedy Ball is SOLD OUT

BUT we do have tables available
in our beautiful, firelit restaurant

Call 332-0107 to hold a table, 4-10pm
 

 

Comedian Kyle Crawford

Harrison Stebbins, has enjoyed many turns at Nick’s Comedy Stop and at Catch a Rising Star in New York. Reminiscent of a young Jay Leno, Mr. Stebbins, tall, with a full shock of dark hair, was unabashed, like the two comics before him, about poking the audience in its collective ribs. He knew he was on the Vineyard because here we were, seated at white linen-covered tables, willing to pay “six bucks for potato chips.” He proved to be a classic Boston comic — gruff and cynical with working-class biases - See more at: http://vineyardgazette.com/news/2012/02/02/whats-so-funny-comedians-edgartown?k=vg564db032cb0f8&r=1#sthash.00ajUI2N.dpuf
Harrison Stebbins, has enjoyed many turns at Nick’s Comedy Stop and at Catch a Rising Star in New York. Reminiscent of a young Jay Leno, Mr. Stebbins, tall, with a full shock of dark hair, was unabashed, like the two comics before him, about poking the audience in its collective ribs. He knew he was on the Vineyard because here we were, seated at white linen-covered tables, willing to pay “six bucks for potato chips.” He proved to be a classic Boston comic — gruff and cynical with working-class biases. - See more at: http://vineyardgazette.com/news/2012/02/02/whats-so-funny-comedians-edgartown?k=vg564db032cb0f8&r=1#sthash.00ajUI2N.dpuf
, Harrison Stebbins, has enjoyed many turns at Nick’s Comedy Stop and at Catch a Rising Star in New York. Reminiscent of a young Jay Leno, Mr. Stebbins, tall, with a full shock of dark hair, was unabashed, like the two comics before him, about poking the audience in its collective ribs. He knew he was on the Vineyard because here we were, seated at white linen-covered tables, willing to pay “six bucks for potato chips.” He proved to be a classic Boston comic — gruff and cynical with working-class biases. - See more at: http://vineyardgazette.com/news/2012/02/02/whats-so-funny-comedians-edgartown?k=vg564db032cb0f8&r=1#sthash.00ajUI2N.dpuf
Harrison Stebbins, has enjoyed many turns at Nick’s Comedy Stop and at Catch a Rising Star in New York. Reminiscent of a young Jay Leno, Mr. Stebbins, tall, with a full shock of dark hair, was unabashed, like the two comics before him, about poking the audience in its collective ribs. He knew he was on the Vineyard because here we were, seated at white linen-covered tables, willing to pay “six bucks for potato chips.” He proved to be a classic Boston comic — gruff and cynical with working-class biases. - See more at: http://vineyardgazette.com/news/2012/02/02/whats-so-funny-comedians-edgartown?k=vg564db032cb0f8&r=1#sthash.00ajUI2N.dpuf
Harrison Stebbins, has enjoyed many turns at Nick’s Comedy Stop and at Catch a Rising Star in New York. Reminiscent of a young Jay Leno, Mr. Stebbins, tall, with a full shock of dark hair, was unabashed, like the two comics before him, about poking the audience in its collective ribs. He knew he was on the Vineyard because here we were, seated at white linen-covered tables, willing to pay “six bucks for potato chips.” He proved to be a classic Boston comic — gruff and cynical with working-class biases. - See more at: http://vineyardgazette.com/news/2012/02/02/whats-so-funny-comedians-edgartown?k=vg564db032cb0f8&r=1#sthash.00ajUI2N.dpuf
Harrison Stebbins, has enjoyed many turns at Nick’s Comedy Stop and at Catch a Rising Star in New York. Reminiscent of a young Jay Leno, Mr. Stebbins, tall, with a full shock of dark hair, was unabashed, like the two comics before him, about poking the audience in its collective ribs. He knew he was on the Vineyard because here we were, seated at white linen-covered tables, willing to pay “six bucks for potato chips.” He proved to be a classic Boston comic — gruff and cynical with working-class biases. - See more at: http://vineyardgazette.com/news/2012/02/02/whats-so-funny-comedians-edgartown?k=vg564db032cb0f8&r=1#sthash.00ajUI2N.dpuf
Harrison Stebbins, has enjoyed many turns at Nick’s Comedy Stop and at Catch a Rising Star in New York. Reminiscent of a young Jay Leno, Mr. Stebbins, tall, with a full shock of dark hair, was unabashed, like the two comics before him, about poking the audience in its collective ribs. He knew he was on the Vineyard because here we were, seated at white linen-covered tables, willing to pay “six bucks for potato chips.” He proved to be a classic Boston comic — gruff and cynical with working-class biases. - See more at: http://vineyardgazette.com/news/2012/02/02/whats-so-funny-comedians-edgartown?k=vg564db032cb0f8&r=1#sthash.00ajUI2N.dpuf