Hubbox is coming to town.

Burgers babes REJOICE! Get ready to add another beauty to your bucket list.

As you may be aware from scrolling through my Instagram, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to grabbing a burger in Bristol, as there are so many options. Now, we have another heavyweight opening in our city, the mighty Hubbox gang.

Originating in St. Ives, Hubbox already has venues in Truro, Plymouth and my lovely home town of Exeter. The guys have just announced they are to open a sixth site on Whiteladies Road, in what was previously Las Iguanas, in Spring 2017.

HUBBOX MD Richard Boon says

“We can’t wait to bring HUBBOX to Bristol, which is in fact my home town. We think the South West’s foodie city is going to love our handmade burgers, gourmet hot dogs, in house smoked pulled pork and beef brisket.

“Also on the menu will be some HUBBOX favourites including the National Burger Award winning Big Kahuna, the Hub burger as highlighted in Deliveroo’s ‘Top take-outs’ and the Mack Daddy, a crispy Cornish mackerel burger with shredded beetroot and horseradish mayo, alongside our vegetarian burgers, homemade nachos and kids options. We’ll stock a rolling selection of great craft beers; on draft, in bottles or cans, and a choice of bangin’ cocktails, amazing shakes and soft drinks. In Bristol we are also excited to serve amazing coffee, from Cornish roasters ‘Origin’, which Hub St Ives is renowned for.”

Keep an eye on social media for updates, or follow my Twitter feed where I will be excitedly counting down until opening day.

By the way, who’s coming with me?

Twitter @TheHubBox

Instagram @hubbox_

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