The “Spudmeister” Is Coming To Huntingburg; Bakery Moving To Jasper Square

The "Spudmeister" The Official Mascot of Spudz N Stuff Restaurants

The “Spudmeister”
The Official Mascot of Spudz N Stuff Restaurants

The Huntingburg City Council Thursday night approved a$25,000 loan for a new downtown restaurant.

The planned Spudz-N-Stuff on Fourth Street will be the sixth for local business man David Tucker.  Tucker, who is from Holland, has five Spudz-N-Stuff restaurants, including three in Evansville, one each in Owensboro and Henderson, Kentucky.

The restaurant will be located at 320 East Fourth Street, in the same location where the former Sweet Violet restaurant once was.

The Spudz-N-Stuff will have evening operating hours which Mayor Denny Spinner and other members of the council say fits into the city’s new master plan for downtown to have more shops and restaurants open during the evening.

The $25,000 loan is from the city’s Revolving Loan Fund.

Meanwhile, in Jasper, Southern Sweets Bakery owner Terri Suddarth is moving her Jasper location from 8th and Newton onto the downtown square.

Southern Sweets will open its new location this coming Thursday on the southwest corner of the square in the location that was once the Serenity Shop.

Southern Sweets also has a location just south of Celestine.

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