The Simon Hubig Pie company didn’t get its start in New Orleans, but it is where it moved from “baker” to “legend”. Opening in the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood (adjacent to the French Quarter) in 1922, Hubig’s has been making up and distributing its wide line of pocket sized fried pies ever since.
Surviving Katrina, Hubig’s was rolling along like clockwork, supplying Crescent City denizens with their delicacies until the night of July 27 of this year, when the factory suffered a devastating fire.
You can help get Hubig’s back into the mouths of hungry South Louisianans, by purchasing officially licensed merchandise right from their website. Buy the goods here. Thank you for supporting this local business.