The first stop on Kiku Corner’s Quebec Culinary Adventure was The Hubb Eatery and Lounge in Prince Edward County. While not in Quebec, it was the lunch stop on our 6 hour drive to Montreal. Serving lunch and dinner six days a week, The Hubb Eatery and Lounge is the restaurant attached to Angeline’s Inn.
Angeline’s Inn started life as the Hubbs Estate, a piece of land that was owned by Angeline and Henry Hubbs in 1869. Over the years, the grand old house was used as a private residence, boarding house, and country escape. In the 1950s, a motel was built alongside, and through various incarnations, the estate was bought by the Fida family. Now the two Fida siblings run the inn and restaurant that their family established. From the looks of their website, Angeline’s has several accommodation options, from individual rooms, suites, and even fully-equipped homes…including a log cabin!
The casual restaurant is attached to the inn, so one can easily enjoy a lunch or dinner, including local wines, local beers, and cocktails, before retiring. Or, you can do what we did, and take a stroll down Bloomfield’s main street, pausing to take in the barn quilts, taste some local ice cream, and do some shopping. Continue reading →