The Hub: Sports, flavor, and community

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At the heart of Ahwatukee, The Hub emerges as a vibrant cornerstone for the community, blending the energetic atmosphere of a sports bar with the soul of a gourmet eatery. With 40 TVs enveloping the space, a video arcade room, and an upstairs hangout area, The Hub crafts a unique space where fun meets flavor.

Yet, it’s the culinary experience that truly sets it apart. The menu boasts an impressive array of dishes, from chicken dinners to steaks, but it’s the smoky wings that have garnered accolades and loyal fans. Owner Kenny Klaus takes pride in the menu’s variety and the constant introduction of new, enticing offerings, including a comprehensive gluten-free selection and beloved burgers, complemented by the convenience of an indoor-outdoor bar.

“Check, Please! Arizona” guest Cynthia Smith ordered the Baja Bowl with grilled chicken, praising its vibrant flavors and memorable presentation, declaring, “It was very well presented, and you will never forget the flavors.” Another guest, Peteris Matthews, delighted in the fried pickles and toasted raviolis, noting the perfect balance of “herb and garlicky taste with marinara and very crunchy” textures.

Smith’s pro tip for visitors underscores The Hub’s essence: a haven for sports enthusiasts and those who love being surrounded by a lively crowd, it’s a place where everyone feels at home. The Hub makes everyone feel welcome and offers an experience where the food and the fun are both top-notch.

Restaurant address: 14205 S 50th St, Phoenix, AZ

Phone number: (602) 857-7477


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