Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Union Street Pub Celebrates National Burger Day

From our friends at Union Street Public House...

Union Street Pub Celebrates National Burger Day

Several options of the beef and bun at Union Street Public House

Hamburgers are among the most popular dining sandwich options internationally. They are a staple of fast food outlets, backyard barbecues, and more recently, appears on gourmet menus with a variety of toppings.

On May 28th, it’s National Burger Day. Union Street Public House is celebrating by offering several burger versions either alone or in slider form. Chef Jeremy Waybright has put together a burger menu that includes The Farm-Boy - a burger topped with Brie, Pepper Jelly and Pork Belly; The Cali-Man - topped with Tomato Jam, Blue Cheese, Arugula, and Fried Shallots and The PlattClassic-Man - Two Patties with Cheddar Cheese, Ketchup, Dukes and B&B Pickles. A sampler of three sliders (one of each) is $11 and the full sized version of any one option is $17.

Union Street Public House is a blend of the historic and traditional. The Taproom and Grill Room, renovated in 1985, make up the main part of the restaurant. The Regatta Room and Whiskey Bar fill a more intimate section, housed in a building that dates to the late 1780s and was reportedly used as a meeting space by colonial merchants, including George Washington.

The restaurant is open Monday-Friday - Lunch from 11 AM until 3:00 PM; Dinner 5-10 PM; Saturday & Sunday Lunch/Brunch from 11 AM until 3:00 PM; Dinner 5 PM to 10 PM; Late Night Menu available daily. Happy Hour in the Taproom, Monday-Friday from 3-7 PM. The Whiskey Bar opens at 5:00 PM, Wednesday through Saturday. Private parties and special events in all rooms by appointment. For reservations and further information, please visit unionstreetpublichouse.com or call (703) 548-1785.