Union Street Public House is located in the city’s Old Town district between King Street and the historic Prince Street. Occupying a renovated Colonial warehouse, Union Street Public House has been serving revolutionary American cuisine in a warm and lively atmosphere since 1986. Unique shops, historic sites, and river cruises are all just a short walk away from this restaurant. George Washington’s beautiful estate, Mt. Vernon, and National Airport are close by as well as all of the other sights and attractions of the Washington DC metro area.
Union Street is a beautiful restaurant and bar with old-world charm that runs from the cast-iron lamps on the outside of the building, through the revolving door, past the dark wood bar, and right to your table. However, the place can get pretty packed on weekend nights. But the food is really good, as well as the table service, and the tap selection.
Union Street has a slightly limited menu but in keeping with the Public House theme that makes sense. If you like oysters they do them quite a few ways, they smoke their own baby back ribs, steaks are done well, and the gumbo is excellent. There are about a dozen beers on tap with quite a few local selections (Clipper City, Virginia Native, Starr Hill). Everything is priced reasonably. Union Street also features the best of the area’s local and hand-crafted brews along with an extensive wine list. Growlers of beer and bottles of wine are available for carry-out.
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