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Hubbard Grille

793 N. High St. (Hubbard Ave.) Send to Phone
614-291-5000 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
A promising restaurant with an adjunct lounge.

Dinner Tues.-Sun.
Open late

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Hubbard Grille Restaurant Review

: Without a doubt, the owners of Hubbard Grille did a distinctive renovation of the spot formerly occupied by the ambitious Rosendale’s. The restaurant is warmly modern with exposed red brick, dark wood and flattering amber lighting. The second floor lounge/bar is a great spot for a fancy cocktail and is typically packed (along with the first floor bar) with twentysomething and thirtysomething hipsters. The food still needs some work. The menu is classically American (fried chicken, ribs, pork chops), though slightly updated. You’ll find pork belly on your BLT as well as bacon. Add that to the fact that the prices are rather high, the portions are slightly too large and the presentation needs to be elevated to match the surroundings.


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