"Union Bar & Kitchen is a bustling Soho tavern on Spring Street, serving a menu of American classics with a few global twists. California fish tacos, pork belly sliders, a crispy skin roasted chicken, and inventive vegetarian and gluten-free options anchor the menu. Sandwiches and salads compise a big section of the lunch menu and our "small plates weekend brunch" gives folks the option to mix sweet and savory in only a few bites. The menu's at UBK reference chef Jonathan Renert's exposure to Mexican, Asian and French flavors and explores his eagerness to bring a union of flavors, as well as people, together in an unpretentious, casual restaurant and bar."
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A really great lunch spot. I had the poke bowl which had a TON of fresh tasty tuna. Over a bed of shredded cucumber or seaweed I honestly couldn’t tell but it was great. They also have a lunch special of a starter, a main, and a beer/wine for $24 which is a solid deal if you have time on your hands to relax and enjoy! Fries were tasty as well.
The ambience hits you with nostalgia of hanging with the rat pack and beautiful paintings do it justice. The wait staff was attentive and great. Always nearby ready to offer a friendly hand. The jalapeño cheddar biscuits were unbelievable. Despite their small size, they pack an incredible punch of flavor right to the kisser. The cheeseburger was cooked just right with French fries that were perfectly crispy. The fish tacos were
This casual bar was perfect for a quick dinner before a show at City Winery. I was feeling like some comfort food, which for me is a juicy cheeseburger and UBK certainly delivered. My girlfriend had the poke and although on the spicy side she did enjoy it. Fair price for dinner for two with a few cocktails.