Welcome to Hubba Hubba Smokehouse!

We are an authentic wood-fired smokehouse. No electric smokers here!  We honor the Carolina Craft of LOW & SLOW barbecue, meaning we’re as far from fast foodFlat Rock Farmers Market 3-6 Thursdays from May to October as you can get!  The ribs you pick up at the window, like all of our meats, have been slow smoked for hours over a special selection of native hardwoods: red and white oak, and hickory.  Our meats are hand pulled and selected to provide you with just the right mix of tender juiciness surrounded by seasoned bark crispness so every bite is savory.  Our sauces and sides are scratch-made right here.  We strive to provide the best product we can, and we think you will taste the difference!

Though there is often confusion with our name, you won’t find any Bubbas here.  Our pitmaster, Starr Teel, and our chef, Todd Mallin, are classically trained chefs. So when you think of us, remember we’re not Hubba Bubba; we’re Hubba Hubba as in “Mmmm! Mmmm! Look at that brisket. HUBBA HUBBA!”

Hubba Hubba is  also a great gathering place. It’s an informal place to bring a client for lunch, take a break from a busy day and a choice location for entertaining friends old and new at a catered event. For groups that need their own space, the new Honey and Salt restaurant in front of Hubba Hubba is available for private rentals when Honey and Salt is closed. Weddings and receptions on or off-site are also a popular way guests enjoy our catering.

To contact catering, please phone: 702-1301 or email catering at catering@hubbahubbasmokehouse.comIf you are ready to start planning your event, please fill out our Catering Inquiry Form and someone will be in contact with you soon.

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Pulled Chicken and sides - Photo Credit: Sam Dean Photography

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An afternoon at Hubba Hubba Photo Credit: Sam Dean Photography

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Guests make their way through a buffet at an on-site catering event at Hubba Hubba Smokehouse

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Chicken in the courtyard - Photo Credit: Sam Dean Photography

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Starr Teel Loads the Smoker - Photo Credit: Sam Dean Photography

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photo credit: Sam Dean Photography 2016

Note: Do not park in front of the grey building (Village Cafe and Pub) when visiting Hubba Hubba or Honey and Salt as you may be towed. Please park in the parking lot areas behind the buildings along Greenville highway/225.

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