A favorite spot for live entertainment for so many years in the 3000-block of Douglas Street is closing its doors for good at the end of February.
Management made the announcement on Facebook saying it would be shutting down the property after 56-years in business. The closure includes the Tally-Ho Sports Bar and Grill and The Hideaway café. The hotel section of the building was closed back in October.
“After 56 years of providing Victorian’s with a place to eat, sleep and play, the Tally-Ho will close it’s doors at the end of February,” read a post on the companies Facebook page.
The Tally-Ho Sports Bar and Grill and The Hideaway café will host a series of “Farewell Month” events throughout February. There will be a series of live music and televised sporting events.
The property has hosted numerous generations of Victorian’s and tourists. Therefore it will be an end of an era for many people.
“We invite everyone to join us to lift one more glass and celebrate the memories.”
The property has a storied history, with various uses in the bar area, from the original days of being Victoria’s beer parlour with his and hers entrances, to one of the region’s premiere music and comedy venues, to hosting exotic dancers, to years of being Murph’s Pub, and finally to the existing Tally-Ho Sport Bar & Grill and Racebook Lounge.
Special events and performances will occur throughout February, including;
Feb. 3rd Aaron Wood Band
Feb. 4th Blue Sky with Auntie Kate and the Uncles
Feb. 5th Victoria’s Biggest Super Bowl Party
Feb. 10th Valentines Event with the Heart Tribute Band
Feb. 11th UFC208
Feb. 12th Sunday Blues Jam
Feb. 15th Final Wingo (Our Wing Wed & Music Bingo)
More events will be announced in the coming days, including details for our final public event, the “Farewell party!”
No details have been released on what will happen to the property once is closes.