Private Events General Information
The Original Montgomery Inn has eight private dining rooms to meet all of your needs! We can accommodate groups from 8-250 guests! We specialize in proving excellent food and service for your Wedding, Rehearsal Dinner, Family Dinner & Corporate Events!
Our banquet menu offers a wide variety of creative choices and, of course, our Montgomery Inn signature items. Please keep in mind that these are merely suggestions and we are always willing to accommodate your needs to create a custom menu. Menu prices are subject to change, but are guaranteed thirty days prior to your event. Food is not permitted to be brought into the Inn from an outside venue.
Our banquet staff is happy to assist you in selecting beverages to complement your meal. No alcoholic beverages will be permitted to be brought into The Montgomery Inn. The Inn’s alcoholic beverage license requires that we request proper identification (photo I.D.) of any person of questionable age, and refuse alcoholic beverage service if the person is either underage or proper identification cannot be produced. We also retain the right to refuse alcoholic beverage service to any person who, in the Inn’s judgment appears intoxicated.
All food and beverage prices are subject to 18% gratuity charge plus 7% Ohio sales tax. Audio - visual and other service goods are subject to state tax only. Federal, State, and local governments are tax- exempt organizations. Any tax-exempt organization must present a completed and valid tax-exemption form 48 hours before the event start time. For private parties, a room rental charge will be assessed.
A final guaranteed number of guests for your function is required no later than three business days prior to your event. This minimum number of guests will be considered a guarantee for which you will be charged, even if fewer guests attend. If not informed of the final number, we will use your originally expected number as the guarantee. Based on your final number of guests, we will be prepared to set and serve 3-5% above the guarantee number. If your final number of guests is less than the guaranteed number for the room, charges will be assessed according to the signed contract.
DEPOSIT, CANCELLATION AND PAYMENT POLICY
An initial deposit and signed contract will be required to secure your reservation. Cancellations must be made fourteen (14) days before the scheduled event in order to receive a full refund of said deposit. Payment will be required at the conclusion of your function. The Inn accepts the following forms of payment: American Express, Visa, Master Card, Discover, corporate checks, personal checks or cash.
ENGINEERING AND AUDIO-VISUAL
Special electrical requirements must be specified to our banquet coordinator at least three weeks prior to the function. The Inn is staffed with an on-site audio-visual company that can supply complete audio-visual rental services. Should you elect to use an outside audio-visual company, a service fee may be assessed.
DAMAGE / LOSS OF PROPERTY
The customer agrees to accept responsibility for any damage done to the function room or any part of the Inn, prior to, during or following their function. The Inn does not accept responsibility for damage or loss of any merchandise or articles left in the Inn prior to, during or following a function. Security arrangements should be made for all merchandise or articles set up prior to the planned event or left unattended for any time.
The Inn provides white table cloths and burgundy napkins on a complimentary basis. Additional colors and fabrics are available on a rental basis. We have partnerships with local businesses to provide rentals of chair covers, sashes, overlays and dance floors. Personalized Menus can be printed upon request for a fee of $25 per 50 guests.
The Inn offers self-parking at no charge. Valet parking is also available during dinner hours.
ROOM ASSIGNMENT POLICY
All private rooms are assigned according to the anticipated guaranteed number of guests. The Inn reserves the right to reassign private rooms without notice in order to facilitate operations. It is policy of the Inn not to reserve banquet space for “promoter” functions; for example: dances, concerts or any function which intends to hold general admission ticket sales.