About the Hubbard Bar and Grille

The Hubbard Bar and Grille opened in January of 2011.  They are listed as a casual dining and social environment with modern American fare.  I’ve walked past this restaurant many times and have only noticed the neon sign but nothing else about the building which is a shame considering its history.  The restaurant resides in what was once the Winders Motor Sales Company building; you can see part of the name in the facade of the building right next to the top anchor of the neon sign.  The building was constructed in 1924 for the car company and was a prominent Chevy dealership until 1974.

“The twenty foot Hubbard Grille sign, whose shape replicates that of the original Winders’ sign, accents the building’s terracotta facade and the original Winders’ exposed brick walls and flooring are present within. These classic features are combined with modern accents (granite, stainless steel, reclaimed walnut) and cuisine to create a truly unique dining experience.”   Hubbard Grille

I really must go in there one day.

Teri  📷




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8 Responses to About the Hubbard Bar and Grille

  1. Nancy says:

    Fabulous! Did you partake in their yummy food ?

  2. Ingrid says:

    Looks like a great place. Has to be with that name 😉

  3. equinoxio21 says:

    Do tell us about the food.

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