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Suba’s named ‘Best Overall’

It came as no surprise to regular diners at Suba’s Restaurant when Bryan Stevens of The Elizabethton Star newspaper named the popular eatery his ‘Best Overall Dining Experience.’
Stevens, a columnist with The Star, reviews area restaurants and annually names winners in several categories from various locations. Elizabethton, Johnson City, Kingsport, Gray, Roan Mountain, and Mars Hill, NC were among those honored, but the top title of “Best Overall Dining Experience” was endowed upon Johnson County’s own Suba’s Restaurant.

“It’s truly an honor to be recognized for our hard work. We really believe in and love what we do,” said an obviously pleased Richard Suba.
“We would like to take this time to thank everyone for their support because without them none of this would have been possible,” added his wife, Luanne.
The couple opened the restaurant in 1998. Successful from the start, their clientele and popularity continues to grow 12 years later.

“I still cannot believe it took me so long to pay my first visit to Suba’s Restaurant,” Stevens remarks in his “Eating Out” column. “For some great food prepared with attention to detail and creative flair, diners cannot miss with Suba’s. In addition, the extensive menu should assure that there’s something for every member of a dining party…”
Stevens has nothing but praise for the restaurant from appetizers through dessert. “Each course of the meal was simply fantastic.”
Suba’s Restaurant is open Wednesday through Sunday for lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., taking the last reservation at 1:30. Dinner is served Wednesday and Thursday starting at 5 p.m. with the last reservation taken at 7:30. Friday and Saturday’s dinner schedule is 5 till 8:30 p.m.
Reservations are not required but are highly recommended by both Stevens and the Subas.