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If you’re tired from a long day of outdoor fun, and don’t feel like getting cleaned up just to go eat, come on over to Hub Stacey’s at the Point in Pensacola. Come as you are for good comfort food at Hub Stacey’s at the Point.

The Venue

Hub’s looks like it could be a local hangout, or maybe a scout camp’s outdoor dining hall. It does have that old camp feel to it, with the exposed wood and rough interiors. They have live music every night except Mondays. (Check their website for the music calendar.)

The Food at Hub Stacey’s

If you’ve had your fill of seafood, head to Hub Stacey’s. The food isn’t fancy, but it’s satisfying, and there’s not an oyster or piece of fried fish in sight. This is a breakfast and sandwich joint. And you can get breakfast ‘til 1pm on the weekends!

Appetizer at Hub Stacey’s at the Point choices include all things fried. There are Corn Fritters, Onion Rings, Fried Okra, Fried Portabella Mushrooms, Mozzarella Sticks, and Loaded Tater Tots. On the lighter side, your options can include Chips with Salsa, Stuffed Jalapenos, Hub’s Homemade Hummus, and Artichoke & Spinach Dip.

There are a few basic salad options and a soup of the day on the menu, and burgers include the Loaded F.F. Burger (1/2 lb. burger topped with French fries, nacho cheese, bacon bits with sour cream), and a Fried Portobello Mushroom Swiss Burger.

There are over 15 sandwiches options, including a Cuban, The Bauer (loaded veggie sandwich), a Rueben, and a French Dip, The Half Landing (grilled muffuletta loaf with salami, ham, bologna and melted Provolone cheese with house-made olive salad) and a Chicken Tender Basket.

Breakfast menu items include a variety of wraps and biscuits, eggs, French toast and pancakes. Omelets come with a side of grits or tater tots, and a biscuit or toast.

Location and More

Currently, breakfast hours are Monday-Friday from 7am to 10:30am, Saturday and Sunday from 7am to 1pm and Lunch/Dinner hours are Sunday – Thursday from 11am to 10pm, Friday and Saturday from 11am to midnight.

There are two locations, downtown Pensacola and “The Point,” which is located off Galvez Road, adjacent to Galvez Landing at 5851 Galvez Road, in Pensacola. You can arrive by car or by boat, and there are actually smoking and non-smoking sections. To order take-out or make reservations for dine-in services, call 850-497-0071.

While Hub Stacey’s at the Point is not the place to eat if you’re dieting, it’s got a lot going for it. Besides, sometimes you just need tater tots. For other breakfast venue suggestions, give our staff a call!