Founder and CEO, Kent Taylor, earned the nickname “Bubba” over the years thanks to his people-first mentality. “Bubba” is a nickname commonly used in the south to address a brother. As a company that treats its guests and employees like family, the name Bubba has stuck around.
It’s more than a number. It’s an attitude and a way of life. The end of the Prohibition in 1933 signaled great times ahead. Here at Bubba’s 33, we’re all about the mentality of pairing great food with great times.
Bubba’s 33 is in the game of serving food that knocks it out of the park every time. At Bubba’s 33 we stone bake every pizza in-house, grind our burgers and even bake our buns from scratch!
Bubba’s 33 is three restaurants in one. We have a family dining section, the garage bar, and a dining area with a bar. No matter where you sit, you have a front-row seat. Whether you’re meeting up with co-workers for happy hour or getting the Little League team together after the big game, Bubba’s 33 is the place to be.
When you walk in the doors of Bubba’s 33 you know you’re at a place with some character. The walls are lined with TVs playing classic rock music videos, sports jerseys, neons, and other local flair!
We continue to bring the energy and made-from-scratch food of Bubba’s 33 to new towns every year. To date we have restaurants located in Fayetteville, NC; Fishers, IN; Greenwood, IN; Albuquerque, NM; Corpus Christi, TX; Waco, TX; and Colorado Springs, CO.
Bubba’s 33 was founded by Kent Taylor, founder and CEO of Texas Roadhouse restaurants. Kent’s vision was to create a restaurant where families, friends, and sports teams could gather to enjoy a lively atmosphere without sacrificing quality food. Bubba’s 33 is just that – a place for all things American – food, family, sports, and beer!