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Experience The Hub, Milton Keynes

We have all dreamt of freedom and for the lockdown to come to an end since going out for a meal with friends or family was firmly taken off the menu for the best part of a year. We all really started to miss that feeling of enjoying a night of being out-out or a tasty Sunday brunch with the family or even a full-on romantic meal for two!

Milton Keynes offers a great choice of places to eat and drink but nothing quite compares to the experience you get at The Hub. The Hub offers a pedestrian only fountained piazza surrounded by a mix of restaurants, bars and cafés from family-favourite chains like Zizzi, Nando’s and Las Iguanas but also some amazing independents like the pan-Asian Banana Tree, DeRoka offering Mediterranean cuisine, the award-winning Maaya Indian Kitchen and Blossom Room for pre or post-dinner cocktails.

Enjoy a prime location in the very heart of Milton Keynes by dining in or al fresco this summer.

The Hub is easily accessible for wheelchair users as is mainly located on the ground floor. The hotels and some other venues have lifts to get to the higher floor areas.

When travelling by road or rail there is no excuse not to visit the fantastic variety of bars, restaurants, hotels and lifestyle venues The Hub has to offer. There are many Pay & Display off-street parking bays all around The Hub - you can pay by cash or by using your mobile phone. You can also park in the Sainsburys car park for three hours (max stay) which is just a short 50-metre walk to The Hub (Avebury Boulevard side). The Hub is also just a 10 minute walk from the station if you fancy a drink and don't want to drive.

At The Hub, there is something for everyone.

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