$40 for brunch for two ($67 value)
- Two brunch entrees
- One bottle of prosecco
- See the menu.
The Hubbard Inn looks more like an eclectic 19th-century mansion than a restaurant. One might lounge on a couch by a fireplace in the second floor's book-lined library, or pull up a chair at the ground floor's rough-hewn wooden tables. The third story houses a key club, where raftered ceilings, brick walls, and vintage mirrors lend an extra touch of charm to the surroundings. Overhead, scores of globe lights and chandeliers fill the space with the elegant glow of an irradiated top hat.
Wherever diners choose to sit in these plush surroundings, they'll get to play with many combinations of craft cocktails and Old World-inspired cuisine. Sazeracs and aviations pair nicely with small plates of house-made ravioli filled with sheep's milk ricotta, as well as Gruyere and shallot-topped flatbreads. Heartier appetities, however, might want to match a main course of bison burgers and steak with craft beer. Brunch, meanwhile, gives late-risers an opportunity to chase lobster omelets with one of the Hubbard Inn's speciality cocktails, such as the Hepburn's zesty blend of cucumber vodka, elderflower liqueur, and fresh lemon.