The atmosphere was great and the history was interesting. The au gratin potatoes were the best I have ever had. The steak was nearly as good, which made for a great complete meal.
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It was disappointed, I order Walleye with a lemon. My Lemon Wedge was all dried out . I ordered a baked potato with sour cream, no sour cream was brought to my table. so I had to ask for a new lemon wedge , then...More
I have always been curious about this place. Finally tried it and we will definitely come back again. If you like history, the Hubbell House and the whole town have some interesting sites. Hubbell House was built in 1856, and has retained its historic charm...More
Such a beautiful, historic building. The service was excellent and the food is very good. It is a little pricey but you're paying for the atmosphere as well. I would certainly dine at the Hubbell House again.
We often visit the Hubbell Bar because of the atmosphere and the people! It is family friendly and we always feel welcome.
A group of eight that truly enjoyed the food, atmosphere and staff! Six of the eight had the soup and sandwich special, and recommended we go the same day next time for the clam chowder! Only disappointment these days is the onion rings. Used to...More
We go to the Hubbell House on a biweekly basis. We love their steaks, their cheese curds, and their onion rings. My kids especially like their homemade chicken tenders as they are not just the frozen ones that you buy at other restaurants. They have...More
Salad - wilted - 1,000 island - tasteless BBQ Pork - tender & OK taste meat Roll - not good Garlic toast - excellent Hamburger - tasty, but very well done - way over cooked - gray (ordered medium) Fries - bland & mushy inside...More