the hub food & beverage collective

About the Collective

After a mother-daughter summer road trip, Teresa and her daughter happened upon a culinary collective in Durango, Colorado. Curious about social entrepreneurship, and the reason for launching a coworking shared workspace, Teresa was immediately intrigued by the 11th Street Station – Collective Eatery, a culinary collective with a progressive vision and a nod to the location’s past. From the 1920s through the 1970s, the corner of Main Avenue and 11th Street was home to locally owned and operated auto repair shops and fuel stations. Now, the food trucks and food trailers parked there are not there for service, they’re there to serve the community. The11th Street Station’s independent food truck kitchens, each locally owned and operated.

This food and beverage collective inspired Teresa to hit the road again, the road to launching The Hub Food + Beverage Collective, providing pad sites for up to six food trucks and trailers which in turn will provide culinary experiences to the communities of SW Austin and Dripping Springs while The Hub serves up local beers, wines, coffees, and cold sodas.

Please NOTE: In support of The Hub Beverage Bar and its entrepreneurial members, please NO outside food or beverage permitted on Hub premises.

Please support our local, small business community.

Food Vendors

Are you interested in being a part of The Hub Food & Beverage Collective?

True to the Sententia Vera Cultural Hub’s cultural mission, Teresa is creating a cultural foodie experience and looking for ethnic, cultural cuisine by innovative chefs and restauranteurs. If this is you, complete the Vendor Application (button above) and drop by for a tour and a chat. Teresa is happy to share her vision with you and welcome you to the hub’s community.

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Hub Beverage Bar