Hubbard Inn

It had been over a year since I’d eaten at Hubbard Inn, but Saturday night’s dinner left me wondering why it had been so long.

The dimly lit restaurant, dark wood bar, eclectic art work, and pub atmosphere makes this spot a great place to eat, drink or both.

All the dishes my friends and I shared were fabulous, but I was most impressed with the Chickpea Crepe. This vegetarian dish was inventive and brought something to menu that isn’t available everywhere else. The crepe was stuffed with brown lentils, spinach, roasted cauliflower, and oven roasted tomatoes, and then topped with a spicy harissa sauce and cucumber salad. The extraordinary meatless dish was so different and delicious, that this alone would bring me back to Hubbard Inn.  

We also shared the Three Cheeses Flatbread; contrary to the crepe, this sounds quite standard, but what it lacked in originality was made up for in taste. For something so simple, the fresh mozzarella, pecorino, and monterey jack cheeses melted together to create a superb flatbread.

The giant seared scallops, cheeseburger, fries, and caprese sandwich were all super tasty and enjoyable. There wasn’t anything we ordered that I wouldn’t choose again.

Hubbard Inn is officially back on my radar!


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