Pat's Hubba Hubba Closing After More Than 50 Years Photo via @heystamford of heystamford.com Pat's Hubba Hubba is closing after more than 50 years of business, including 25 in it's current location in Stamford. The popular eatery was known for its chili cheese fries, hot dogs and burgers.They issued a statement on their website and facebook page earlier today: It is with mixed emotions that we announce the closing of Pat’s Hubba Hubba after almost 25 years. Our father, the late Pat Carta, founded Pat’s Hubba Hubba in Greenwich, CT over 50 years ago. He was known for his impeccable customer service, good humor, and passion for perfection. We would like to thank our thousands of customers for the continuous support and loyalty. We would also like to recognize Chrissie’s efforts for running the day-to-day operations as well as our amazing employees’ dedication throughout the years.Pat’s Hubba Hubba (820 Cove Road) will close its doors at the end of March. We look forward to seeing you. — PatsHubbaHubba.com They will surely be missed and we wish the owners the best of luck in the future. Posted on March 4, 2016 by CT Eats Out and filed under News and tagged pat's hubba hubba stamford ct restaurant closings.