If it weren't for restaurants, we would have no practical way of ensuring the equitable distribution of toothpicks. Keep the spirit of fairness alive with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of sophisticated comfort fare at Hub Restaurant and Lounge in Yaletown.
Hub robustly feeds the masses with creative takes on classic cuisine dished in a comfort-driven setting. Embrace the urge to skewer all future food items after sampling the double-dipped corn dogs ($8), and the sirloin-steak salad marches mixed greens and blue cheese to the tune of tangy blood-orange vinaigrette ($17). Bodies relax in the eatery's plush booths while getting to know the blackened salmon, which chefs sear with a mango salsa and set alongside a lemon-herb risotto ($20). As a fitting feast topper, the chocolate-chip Pazookie ($8) reigns supreme on the dessert menu and in customers' most meaningful life memories with its crumbly cookie throne crowned with vanilla gelato.
Sports fanatics can keep tabs on hockey games, soccer matches, or the national rug-shampooing championships on one of the lounge's many HD televisions. With Rogers Arena just a puck's toss away, the exposed brick walls and serene lighting of Hub cast a welcoming glow to fans and foodies alike.
Hub Restaurant soothes taste buds in need of solace with sophisticated comfort fare at its locations in Yaletown, New West, and Denman. After noshing on appetizers and salads, visitors can feast upon expertly seared steak, fresh seafood entrees, heaping portions of pasta, and pazookies. The latter is Hub's signature dessert: a hot cast iron pan topped with vanilla gelato and filled with baked cookie dough flavors such as chocolate chip and white chocolate macadamia. The restaurant also serves a weekend brunch with dishes such as eggs benedict and a half-pound "morning after" burger.
Hub Restaurant's locations surround cozy tables and booths with HD TVs broadcasting the latest sporting events and men’s deodorant commercials. Behind the well-stocked bars, bartenders pour craft beer and mix up classic cocktails.