The hip farm to fork restaurant lives on the main floor of one of The County’s ritziest rural retreats, a Victorian mansion first built in 1869 now known affectionately as Angeline’s.
The small family run Inn has been in business for over 27 years and features 17 beautifully designed rooms, lovingly curated by innkeeper Alex Fida.
The restaurant’s name pays homage to the original builders of the house, Angeline and Henry Hubbs, and today is a hub of social activity for visiting tastemakers and in-the-know locals.
Chef Elliot regularly switches up his menu to reflect each seasons bounty while partner in crime Laura curates an impressive wine list featuring the best bottles from the region.
Highlights from our fresh feast at The Hubb include house smoked trout tacos, hearty fromage and charcuterie board, an exceptional Parisienne gnocchi (proving once again vegetarian options can shine bright in a bowl), crispy duck breast paired with sweet Ontario peaches and petite Cornbread Berry Cobbler which arrived at the table frothing with creamy mascarpone.
Hubb Tacos | smoked trout, root vegetable slaw, scallion aioli, cilantro
Charcuterie & Cheese | soppressata, bresaola, mountain oak gouda, compote figs and raisins, malted onions, pickled veg, house mustard
Parisienne Gnocchi | shaved fennel, salsa verde, swiss chard, cherry toms, ricotta, truffle crumbs
Crispy Duck Breast | cauliflower puree, nectarines, almonds, pearl onions, espresso, chioggas, jus
Cornbread Berry Cobbler | streusel, mascarpone