|The HUB Bar & Café facade|
The Hub at Kilometer Zero is a lounge, café, bar, restaurant andticketing office at the same time. It is a project of 2GO Travel, the domestic shipping passenger business unit of 2GO Group Inc., the country’s biggest total supply chains solution company according to Stephen R. Tagud, Vice President of 2GO Travel.
The HUB Bar & Café has a list of exciting food and drinks on its menu which I had tried last Friday. Well, your Fridays could be more exciting and fun by having freshly brewed Batangas coffee to deep and complex espresso blends to start your day because the café is being run by expert baristas trained by british Daniel Slakmon, heads the Hotel Quality and Development Unit of 2GO Travel, who worked in famous international cruise ships who also been employed in private bars, clubs and restaurants.
|Virgin Bloody Mary & Raspberry Banana|
And to end the day, different varieties of cocktails are also available to unleash your stressful mind and body to become more relax and free of chaos as Slakmon also prepared the bar menu with hints of Philippines fresh fruits mixed to alcoholic and non-alcoholic bases to become indulging cocktails. Thus, enjoying the nights and capping the days off is more on unwinding and preparing for a new day with a non-nerve-wracking vibes.
|Mango Banana Madness in the rightmost of the photo|
|Mojito and 2GO Cooler|
Meanwhile, American Hospitality Academy and College of ST. Benilde-trained Chef JP Landingin made twists out of your favourite Filipino cuisine. Included in The HUB’s restaurant menu are regional dishes turned into genius palate ticklers.
|with different variants of cheese|
|with fellow TRTs | theroadtrippers.com|
Now, you have the pleasure of enjoying both worlds – history & foods. History brought by your surroundings in Rizal Park while having the luxury of indulging yourself from The HUB’s sumptuous and one-of-a-kind offerings.