Substitute Veggie Burger, If Desired Choice Of Toppings: ($0.49 Extra Per Topping) Bacon, Cheddar Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Sauteed Mushrooms.
The Hubbell Hamburger
1/2 lb. lean of our own steak, properly aged and freshly ground for flavor, served on a toasted bun with fries. substitute veggie burger, if desired choice of toppings: bacon, cheddar cheese, swiss cheese, sauteed mushrooms.
Extra Per Topping$0.49
8 Oz. New York Strip
broiled or blackened on toasted homemade roll, served with salad and fries.
Roasted Turkey Sandwich
freshly roasted natural turkey breast, bacon, monterey jack cheese on toasted marble rye bread with bleu cheese dressing and french fries.
Wild Caught Walleye Pike Sandwich
beer battered and fried golden brown, served on a fresh bun with tartar sauce and french fries.
All Dinners Include: Appetizer Or Salad Potato, Loaf Of Bread, Garlic Toast.
The "combo" Lobster And Steak
split 6 oz. cold-water south african lobster tail and petite tenderloin steak.
Shrimp And Steak
lightly breaded and fried shrimp and juicy petite filet mignon.
Broiled Beef Shish Kabob
tenderloin and assorted vegetables on skewer with wild rice and fresh peas.
Choice Beef Tips
tender beef and finely seasoned gravy over delicate wild rice en-casserole.
Hubbell Chicken Kiev
our version of this classic favorite, lightly seasoned breast of chicken with
a butter-filled center over a bed of wild rice.
fresh skinless breast, broiled, basted with raspberry sauce and served with wild rice.
tender grilled chicken breast on fettucine noodles with our rich alfredo sauce with chopped bell peppers and mushrooms.
Beer-batter Chicken Strips
strips of tender chicken breast, beer battered and fried golden.
As our forefathers expanded the nation to the west of the Mississippi, more and more wheels rolled from La Crosse and the other river townsStagecoach to the virgin lands of the Great Plains. It was during this rush to the West that Frank Mantor and John Hubbell, traveling from Winona to St. Peter, hopped off a stage coach and staked the original claim to what is now the village of Mantorville. In 1854 the town was incorporated. During this same year, five years before Minnesota became a state, John Hubbell constructed the first Hubbell House. The original hotel, a 16 x 24 foot log structure, was the only building in town having a double roof, thereby allowing room in the chamber for guests. Two years later, in 1856, the present three-story structure was built and it immediately became an important stopping place along the trail from the Mississippi to St. Peter. The well-worn stone threshold at the southwest corner of the building displays immutable evidence of the popularity of the original saloon. It was here that mail couriers entertained westbound travelers with blood-curdling tales of their daily encounters with the natives.