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As we approach our 20th anniversary this October, we can’t help but reflect on how impactful memories are to a dining experience.  For the past two decades we have been there for some pretty unforgettable and wonderful moments--from videoing your wedding proposals to making fake reservations for surprise parties to hosting your holiday dinner year after year, we couldn’t be happier to be a part of your lives.    


To mark this milestone, we are inviting all our guests to be a part of our 20-year celebration by sharing your favorite memories at Gibbet Hill Grill.  Whether it was a family celebration, a romantic dinner, a rainbow out the window, a casual gathering with friends or any occasion, we want to hear the stories and see the pictures that have made Gibbet Hill a part of your life’s history.   

Click on the "Memories" tab to submit your memory and read other memories.  Submitted memories may be added to the memories page, and/or read by one of our team members on social media.  All guests who submit a memory will be entered into a monthly drawing for a Gibbet Hill Grill gift card. 

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Webber Restaurant Group


Geotel Communications founder Steven Webber and his wife, Nancy, Groton natives, buy the 338-acre farm, plus
an adjacent 188-acre orchard, to prevent imminent development; vow to prevent any future residential development. Steve receives a standing ovation at Town Meeting for his commitment to preserving the rural nature of the town.


Siblings Josh, Jed and Kate Webber open the Gibbet Hill Grill on a 100- year old New England style barn on the property. Shortly afterwards they open The Barn at Gibbet Hill, a function facility in a similarly restored barn next door. The siblings co-own and operate the two buildings today.

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