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Union Street

313-831-3965  •  $$
ADDRESS: 4145 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
CUISINE: Brunch, American Traditional, Late-Night Dining, Cajun, Ribs, Burgers, Sandwiches, Wings
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Vegetarian Friendly, Smoke Free
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Housed along an avenue with a colorful past, Union Street is the latest in a long line of restaurants that have thrived at 4145 Woodward Avenue. Since the 1970s, Union Street has been one of the top places to be seen in Detroit. The saloon strives to welcome all of its guests, providing a friendly and comfortable environment. The bar caters to the diversity of the crowd with more than 100 bottled beers, 15 beers on tap, 30-plus wines and a similarly extensive selection of liquor. Large portions rule the dinner menu, and many patrons take it as an invitation to split meals. House favorites include meat loaf, jambalaya and Scooby Doo Pasta, a dish made with cavatappi noodles. Sunday brunch includes frittata-style (open-face) omelets, lobster Benedict, and drink specials such as a bottomless mimosa.

Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. Late-night Fri-Sat. Sun brunch 11:30 am-3 pm. Closed Sundays during summer months.

"This Detroit neighborhood spot is a few blocks from Wayne State University, and it isn't afraid to try something new. And you might just like the dragon's eggs, blue-cheese-stuffed chicken breast coated with tempura batter, tossed in Jamaican Hellfire sauce and served atop Caesar salad."- Gayot

 

 

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Housed along an avenue with a colorful past, Union Street is the latest in a long line of restaurants that have thrived at 4145 Woodward Avenue. Since the 1970s, Union Street has been one of the top places to be seen in Detroit. The saloon strives to welcome all of its guests, providing a friendly and comfortable environment. The bar caters to the diversity of the crowd with more than 100 bottled beers, 15 beers on tap, 30-plus wines and a similarly extensive selection of liquor. Large portions rule the dinner menu, and many patrons take it as an invitation to split meals. House favorites include meat loaf, jambalaya and Scooby Doo Pasta, a dish made with cavatappi noodles. Sunday brunch includes frittata-style (open-face) omelets, lobster Benedict, and drink specials such as a bottomless mimosa.


Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. Late-night Fri-Sat. Sun brunch 11:30 am-3 pm. Closed Sundays during summer months.


"This Detroit neighborhood spot is a few blocks from Wayne State University, and it isn't afraid to try something new. And you might just like the dragon's eggs, blue-cheese-stuffed chicken breast coated with tempura batter, tossed in Jamaican Hellfire sauce and served atop Caesar salad."
- Gayot

 

 

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