If you are planning to make a road trip to eat at the famous Hubbell House in Southeast Minnesota, you need to pick another restaurant.  The restaurant recently announced that it will be closed until April 1st, 2022.


The Hubbell House in Southeast Minnesota is Closed for 3 Months

One of Southeast Minnesota's most famous restaurants that has been in operation for more than 160 years in Mantorville shared a huge announcement prior to the start of 2022.  The restaurant was being sold to Powers Ventures on January 1st, 2022.  Once the ownership change happened, a remodeling project was going to start which would close the restaurant for 3 months.

Hubbell House Dining & Takeout

Temporarily Closed

January 1 - April 1


We are closed for kitchen renovations under our new ownership, Powers Ventures.

- The Hubbell House Facebook Page

Will old Hubbell House gift cards still be valid after the sale is complete?

A popular question that people have been asking since the announcement is "Will I still be able to use my gift cards when the new owners take over?".  According to The Hubbell House Facebook page, that answer is "yes, the new owners will be honoring current & non-expired gift cards".

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15 Celebrities that Have Dined at The Hubbell House in Mantorville, Minnesota

For 160+ years, The Hubbell House has been serving elegant meals to patrons that have walked through the front door.  This restaurant is a piece of history and a place that quite a few celebrities have been enjoying the service as well.

15 Celebrities that Have Visited The Hubbell House in Mantorville, Minnesota

Quite a few famous people have visited Southeast Minnesota as patients at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. But did you know that there's quite the list of celebrities that have also visited the very famous Mantorville restaurant, The Hubbell House? Below are a few of the famous actors, athletes, and politicians that have been patrons of one of the oldest working restaurants in the state.

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