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The Hub offers comfortable, casual dining with "good food, good atmosphere, good service, at a good price."
Owners Kate and Matt Schilling (Kate's the manager, Matt's the chef) wanted to create a relaxed, casual and fun atmosphere for locals and tourist alike. The restaurant is named for a popular eatery that operated downtown in the 1950s and its location was home to another popular dining establishment, the Capitol.
The completely refurbished interior offers seating for the lone diner or groups. There's a fully stocked bar with a large flat-panel television.
|55 Main St., North Adams, Mass.
The lunch menu offers the popular BBQ pulled pork sandwich from the Schillings' own recipe served on a toasted kaiser roll. For homey comfort, try the Grown-up Grilled Cheese on artisan bread with creamy Muenster cheese, shaved ham and tomato. It goes great with one of the three homemade soups offered daily.
The Hub's jambalaya, a recipe derived from Matt's 10 years living in the Bayou, has patrons coming back for more.
The dinner menu features flat iron steak and New York strip (all seasoned with The Hub's secret "Hub Rub"). Also on the menu is Matt's famous meatloaf topped with homemade gravy. For the vegetable lover, the Veggie Pasta offers lots of fresh vegetables; there's also a Portabella Pesto Burger. Seafood lovers must try the Cajun Cod, pan fried until and golden brown, topped with an andouille cream sauce.
The Hub also makes "comfort foods" such as Southern Fried Chicken, homemade macaroni and cheese, and pot pie with chicken or shrimp, topped with freshly baked puff pastry.
Takeout is available.
Regular hours are Tuesday through Friday from 11 to 9:30; Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Closed Mondays. A word of advice: The Hub's often busy, so it's a good idea to make a reservation.
|The Hub Fact Check|
|Price Range: $3.50 - $18.95|
|Alcohol: Full Bar|
|Vegetarian Dishes: Yes|
|Payment: All Cards|
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