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Holler Kitchen

Meals from the Holler Kitchen highlight locally-grown organic fare. Most of the dishes use vegetables as local as it gets -- those grown right here at Frog Holler Farm! Holler Kitchen meals are vegan/vegetarian and often draw on culinary traditions from around the world.

Holler Fest Meal Pass

If you know you want to eat all or most of your meals from the Holler Kitchen, consider purchasing a meal pass for $80.00. The Meal Pass covers only meals served from the Holler Kitchen and does not include beverages, except at breakfast from the Snack and Coffee Bar. You can purchase a meal pass in advance or at the Gate when you arrive. Friday evening dinner; selected breakfast items; Saturday lunch and dinner; Sunday brunch and dinner - a delicious deal! 

Here is the proposed Menu from the Holler Kitchen 2022. Some items may change depending on ingredient availability.

 

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The Holler Snack and Coffee Bar will be full of treats, snacks, sparkling juice and sparkling water, kid-sized juice boxes, pint-sized snack bags, and sourdough German pretzels, olive twists and cheddar twists from Ann Arbor baker (and Holler Fest cook) Nick Raterman. Sweet and savory pastries from The Lakehouse Bakery and the Tecumseh Bakery offer more chances to sample the delicious and creative fare from these local culinary artists. Vegan and gluten-free items are also well represented. Coffee keeps it deep local from Ann Arbor's beloved Roos Roast.

 

Recipes From the Holler

We receive regular requests to provide recipes for our delicious Holler Fest meals. We have compiled some of your and our favorites into a jam-packed and very affordable recipe book with lots of Holler history throughout the pages. Find Recipes From the Holler at the Merch Tent.

 

Feel free to bring your own food, but if you don't, you won't go hungry at Holler Fest!