NEW! Coronavirus Compliance Manager

Webber Restaurant Group is pleased to announce that we have created a new, temporary, position naming Lisa Cowles as our Coronavirus Compliance Manager for the next few months.

In this role, Lisa will travel from business to business and help each team navigate the many new regulations around Covid-19 and the new operating procedures that are in place for all regulations, from reservations to employee check-in, to kitchen spacing, and all other areas of our businesses that have been impacted by coronavirus. Lisa was instrumental in working with the Gibbet Hill Grill team to fine tune the takeout, outdoor dining, and eventual indoor dining operations. She will work with our executive chefs and general managers to come up with the best solutions and practices for each of our unique businesses to keep us open and safe.
We welcome our staff and guests to contact Lisa with any comments, questions, or concerns to: covid@webberrestaurantgroup.com.

About Lisa

Lisa Cowles has been a fixture at Webber Restaurant Group since 2004, holding several important roles. She led the team at Gibbet Hill Grill from 2004 to 2015, as AGM and then as general manager. Soon after The Bancroft’s 2014 opening, Lisa was brought on as Operations Manager to use her keen organization skills and deep understanding of the Webber Restaurant Group culture to help grow the restaurant into one of Massachusetts’ most popular steakhouses. We are grateful to lean on Lisa’s expertise in operations as well as her eye for detail as we continue operating in these unique times.

Resources for Hourly Employees

During this uncertain time we wanted to share some resources for hourly employees:
Restaurant Strong Fund has been set-up in partnership with Sam Adams. Any hourly employees working 30 hours or more (this can be between 2 restaurants) can apply for funding. As of today they have raised $311K to support our industry, https://www.thegreghillfoundation.org/donations/restaurantstrongfund/.

One Fair Wage Fund was created to assist tipped and server workers in crisis, https://ofwemergencyfund.org/ .
Bartender Emergency Assistance Fund has been set-up to support bartenders in need, https://www.usbgfoundation.org/beap-application.

Gibbet Hill Grill Gingerbread House Raffle

Gibbet Hill Grill co-owner, Kate Webber, is at it again this holiday season with her magnificent gingerbread creations. In addition to our annual fireplace mantle display, Kate has created an additional gingerbread house, a replica of the Orchard House (see details below), to be raffled and awarded to one lucky winner. All raffle ticket proceeds will go directly to UTEC, whose mission and promise is to ignite and nurture the ambition of our most disconnected young people to trade violence and poverty for social and economic success. Raffle tickets will be on sale November 28-December 17. The winning raffle ticket will be drawn on December 17th at 6:00pm, allowing the lucky winner to enjoy the gingerbread castle throughout the holiday.

TWO WAYS TO PURCHASE RAFFLE TICKETS OR DONATE:

1.) Visit Gibbet Hill Grill and purchase a ticket at the host stand.

2.) Purchase a ticket on line by clicking the button below.  Tickets are $5 each so you will receive an entry for each increment of $5.




This year’s gingerbread house for raffle is (loosely) based on the Orchard House in Concord, Massachusetts, the home of the Alcott family and the house where Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women. Gibbet Hill was thrilled to be one of the locations chosen to shoot the most recent rendition of the film, which will be released on Christmas Day.