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Hubbell & Hudson Bistro
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Today 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Call our Holiday Hotline at (281) 203-5600 to reserve your fresh Turkey or a complete Thanksgiving Dinner - or to make a reservation at the Bistro.
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We have many new additions to Hubbell & Hudson Market's Pastry Case. 

Experience all of our new pastries and desserts this Fall, created in-house by Executive Pastry Chef Katrina Autem and Pastry Sous Chef Mitchell Sweeney.
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New Menu at Hubbell & Hudson Kitchen! Enjoy over twenty new entrées on our revamped menu, inspired by our Executive Chef Austin Simmons.

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Keep cool this Summer with Hubbell & Hudson Insulated Tote Bags. Now buy one, get one free at Hubbell & Hudson Market!
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Father's Day is this Sunday, visit Hubbell & Hudson Market's Beer Alley and pick up the perfect Brew for Dad!

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Hubbell & Hudson &EIGHT Group's joint art shows will soon be on display at the St. Luke's The Woodlands Hospital. 

Join us on Wednesday, June 12th from noon to 6pm to meet the &EIGHT Group, as they'll be displaying their self-portraits at St. Luke's The Woodlands Hospital's Main Building Patient elevator Lobby.

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Happy Friday! Who plans on visiting the Market or Bistro this weekend?
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I visit every weekend! 
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Have you picked up your Coffee Rewards Card yet? Available at Hubbell & Hudson Market and Hubbell & Hudson Kitchen!
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Don't know what to get Dad for Father's Day? 

Hubbell & Hudson Market has plenty of grilling goodies, perfect for Father's Day!

http://pinterest.com/hubbellhudson/fathers-day/
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24 Waterway Ave #125 The Woodlands, TX 77380
USTXThe Woodlands77380
(281) 203-5600hubbellandhudson.com
$$$Restaurant, Gourmet Grocery StoreToday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 9:00 pm
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Hubbell & Hudson was born out of a desire to bring a world-class culinary destination to The Woodlands, Texas.
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Inventive new American fare & fine wines prepared in a contemporary, white-tablecloth venue.- Google
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Laney S
reviewed 8 months ago
We have frequented Hubbell for events, catering, and our own personal dining many times. Three times in the last couple of years I have bit down on a hard, inedible object (i.e. wish-bone, plastic, nutmeg shell), and the manager did not seem to care when I brought it to his attention nor did he make any effort to refund. I broke a dental appliance on their food one time, and the least they could have done was refunded the food. They have some really creative items at the market and other associated businesses (Black Walnut cafe is delicious) and the kitchen on Research Forest is a neat concept. We enjoy going to those places, but have stopped shopping for prepared foods at the market now. In the latest development, we had a bad experience with our wedding cakes not turning out right. The cake baker left unexpectedly, and they did not notify us (nor a friend that we referred to them) within adequate time to find a new cake vendor before our wedding. They were difficult to contact after receiving our payment, and lacked professionalism when faced with this employment challenge. The new designer was not confident with our designs, and the flavors changed when the former baker left. The cakes we ended up with on our wedding day were lumpy, not made to our specs, and did not taste well. People at our wedding actually commented on the flaws, and these were also H&H customers. Major fail for the bakery. We were excited when H&H came to town, but these unfortunate events have stacked up. In addition to that, when you screw up someone's wedding cake, they will remember that forever.
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Mark Sandifer
reviewed 9 months ago
Having roasted red pepper hummus, garlic sundried tomato filone, Kerrygold Dubliner cheese, and two bottles of 2011 Riesling Model.
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Clay Christofferson
reviewed a year ago
Great service, great food, awesome in house martinis, plus everything organic and not frozen? what god did i please? Best dinner experience in a long time. Gonna set you back but you deserve it. Seriously good.....happiness achieved. Its like you when you want a thing and someone is like "here's that thing you wanted only its the best version of that thing" and then they high five you and you're instant friends. Its like that.....only classy.
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Marc Doss
reviewed 6 months ago
I've been to the Waterway location for Hubbell & Hudson Deli many times. It's always great fun. This last time was equally good. Sandwiches and Truffles make a great meal there. Not to forget their wine and beer selection are very good too.
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Jared Branch
reviewed 11 months ago
The best NY Strip I've ever had! Food was cooked exactly as ordered, drinks were great, and the ambiance is unmatched. Great place to enjoy good food!
Ryan Anderson
reviewed a year ago
Great concept! Poor execution. The idea is there, definitely. There is very little that comes close to this market when it comes to quality and overall creativity. Originality? No big points there. If you want something different come here. Good food at a good price. If you want something that lives up to the hype, this is not it. The spacing for this market is wrong. You cannot stand anywhere in the market to look at anything because you will feel like you are in the way. Which I assure you...you are. Very little room for people to get by, let alone a hand basket for easier shopping. There are wider spaces in alleys. So anywhere you stand you will be in someone else's way. The meat and the seafood department is awesome. Far better than anything you will find for miles. The bread at the is a hit or miss. Mostly a miss. I've been here numerous times and it seems like they just can't get their bread right. Either it's really pale or really dark. Chewy, most of the time since I'm sure the dough is frozen at one point. Or they're selling old bread since it crumbles when the sandwich bar heats it up. There is a nice selection of wines available. There is also a beer alley in which you are sure to find an old favorite or a new one. The Bistro is usually the main reason people in the area visit Hubbell and Hudson. It is not too different from surrounding restaurants but the menu does offer variety. This too is a hit or miss. The lobster roll is never the same. Tasty idea? Sure. Like pizza rolls are tasty! But it is never consistent. You can come on Monday and try it, like it and invite Mom on Friday. Mom will not enjoy it on Friday because it won't be good then. You really can never tell. Many things fall in the lobster roll category. Sometimes it's good, sometimes it's not. With a young chef, you can expect inconsistency. Potential? Perhaps. Unrealized? Yes.
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