Stumpy’s Holiday Hours

December 24th, 2018

Here are our holiday hours:
Monday, December 24: Closing at 3 p.m.
Tuesday, December 25: Closed
Monday, December 31: Closing at 9 p.m. (with our famous Irish toast at 6 p.m.)
Tuesday, January 1: Closed


Give the gift of Stumpy’s

November 5th, 2018

Tis the season to give your friends and family the best gift of all – Governor Stumpy’s! Come in for your gift certificates and take a look at our cool Stumpy’s shirts and hats.


Stumpy’s Happy Hour

July 20th, 2017

Stop by between 3 and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday for these dishes and drinks – 0nly available during that time!

6 for $6 appetizers

CHEESE BREAD  Garlic toast topped with melted cheeses, served with marinara sauce.

TOMMY BURGER  Hamburger served with garnish and French fries.

CHEESE PIZZA  Chewy, thin-crust 9-inch pizza.

SPINACH DIP  Served with warm tortilla chips.

HALF BLT  Served with French fries.

HALF CLUB  Choose ham or turkey, served with French fries.

Drink specials

WELL DRINKS  •  2 for 1 ($4.50)  •  Bourbon, vodka, gin, scotch, rum (no juices)

FROM THE TAP  •  $2.50  •  Bud Light or Miller Lite pints

BOULEVARD SPECIALS  •  $4.50  •  Boulevard Tank 7 or Boulevard Calling IPA


WINE  •  $4.75  •  House white or red



March 2nd, 2010


Have you ever wondered if Governor Stumpy is a real person?

Well, he is. And his spirit is alive and well every day in his grandson”s restaurant.

Stine and GussieGovernor Stumpy’s name comes from Edward A. Stine, a native Kansas Citian, distinguished business man, lawyer and local folk hero. Stine came by his nickname “Governor Stumpy” after requesting that the band of a jam-packed local restaurant play the Tennessee Waltz for the fifth time. The frustrated band leader questioned his adamant request for the song, and Stine’s wife, Virginia “Ginno,” shouted up to the stage that he was the ex-governor of Tennessee.  The band leader, now a bit excited to have a dignitary in the crowd, asked him for his name. Stine – taken off guard and put on the spot – quickly replied, “Governor Stumpy.”

Somehow the name stuck with him, and many of the patrons in the restaurant, intrigued by his presence, introduced themselves to Stine. From that day forward, as he frequented the local restaurants and businesses, he was known as “Governor Stumpy,” the ex-governor of Tennessee. Through the years the governor’s hospitable nature and fun-loving character made him into somewhat of a local dignitary. The grandchildren of Edward Stine proudly name this restaurant “Governor Stumpy’s” in memory of their beloved grandfather and in the tradition of hospitality and light-hearted fun that he evoked in so many people.

In 1997 Kevin Ryan and his family had a vision to create something of their own. So he leased the space at 321 E. Gregory and began tearing down walls. With lots of help from family and friends, the building began to take shape. The Ryan family was so immersed in this project that it is even the space where Kevin proposed to his now wife, Tanya. Fast forward 12 years and add in a few renovations, many children to the Ryan family and a great covered deck, and you have the best neighborhood bar and grill around. Come see for yourself.

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