Award-winning mixologist and New Jersey native Stefan Huebner is a 25 year veteran of the Hospitality Industry. Starting at the age of 16 in the back of the house, he’s done stints as baker, butcher eventually earning a culinary degree and running his own kitchen as chef. Taking a break from the industry in the mid-90s Stefan traveled the Eastern Seaboard playing keyboards in an alternative rock band. That’s where he met partner Conrad Hunter when his band booked recording time in Hunter’s recording studio, White Room Studios. Somewhere along the way he began bartending for extra money which lead to the discovery of his true calling. With a solid culinary background this led to a strong foundation in discerning flavor and taste, understanding how multiple flavors could be blended to create exciting new flavors. It wasn’t long until Stefan was winning Mixology Contests and traveling the world making drinks. Stefan brings an impressive resume to Dot Dot Dot after years at Cosmos Cafe and Heist Brewery bringing his hospitality career full circle. His goal is your total satisfaction.


8th generation Charlotte native Conrad James Hunter has worn many hats: first as a professional musician touring the lower 48 states during the 80s, as a recording engineer and producer during the 90s and eventually changing gears and entering the wine industry as a wholesale rep. This led to opening the award-winning Foxcroft Wine Co. Creativity and passion were the driving factors in both choices. Somewhere along the way he developed an obsession with single malt scotch and all things distilled. Typical to form Hunter dove head first into the field educating himself by reading everything he could on the subject and more importantly by tasting as many single malts as he could get his hands on. The seed was planted and the dream of opening a top-notch whisky bar was born. When looking for a partner to be the face of the business it was only natural that Conrad reach out to Stefan. After several years of back and forth Dot Dot Dot was born.

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