Residential & Commercial Sharpening
Our number one goal at What A Grind is to make sure without any doubts that the customer walks away feeling there needs were truly met. We want to deliver the best professional sharpening available and we want the customer to feel that it was a positive experience. We have added the HUB gallery to showcase and support our local artisans and our new retail knife store will satisfy every knife enthusiast.
/hub/ – noun
The effective center of an activity, region, or network. A center around which other things revolve or from which they radiate. Simply Put………What A Grind @ the HUB seeks to be exactly that!………. A destination where “Sharp” meets “Art” meets “Community”. Our goal @ the Hub is to be that “effective center” where commerce, creativity, and community come together. So come see us and say hello. Grow with us. Be part of that effective center. Let’s create our own little hub in the community.
See you soon !!!
Music, Art & Conversation. It is a HUB of positive activity.
A tradition of quality sharpening service. Including a display of many quality knives for the discerning chef, fisherman, and hunter alike.
Specialty Tools & Trades
Make your job easier by having the sharpest tools to get the job done.
Don is a native Cape Codder who grew up in Falmouth, and attended Falmouth Public schools. After high school he entered “World University” as he jokingly describes it. There is always another semester, and it can be very expensive. However, it has allowed him to travel extensively, meet many interesting people, and be jack of many trades. His greatest ongoing accomplishment is his family. They are his wife Frances and their two children Sarah & Liam.
As a professional musician for over 30 yrs, Don has been surrounded by many talented people both musically and artistically. His goal when he purchased What A Grind sharpening service in 2013 was to expand the business to include those kindred spirits of music and art and conversation. It would be a HUB of positive activity.
On May 7, 2016 What A Grind @ the Hub will open it’s doors to the public. The new location will carry on it’s tradition of quality sharpening service and feature an art gallery for local Cape Cod artisans. There will be a new retail display of many quality knives for the discerning chef, fisherman, and hunter alike. There will also be a weekly “after hours” gathering on a sign up basis for small classes covering a variety of skills, topics, and just meeting interesting people. They have a very nice stereo as well….but no band……………………yet!