horse walks into Union Street, sits down at the bar and orders
a beer. "Hey, buddy," the bartender says, "why the long face?"
Whisky__ The Chalkboard
aside, we've got what you want at the bar (including jokes).
Like 100 different bottled beers,
from Budweiser to Brasseur's Bier de Paris, and all kinds in
between. Like 15 different beers on tap.
Like 32 premium wines available
by the glass, including wines from California, France, Italy
and Australia, as well as ports and dessert
wines. Like your favorite vodka, whether it's Absolut,
Stoli, Skyy or Belvedere. A selection of
15 single-malt scotches.5 small-batch bourbons. Cognacs
from VS to XO. Famous Spanish Coffees
and tropical Tiki drinks served in pineapple shells.
Street's bar is legendary for its unpretentious ambience.
Everyone feels comfortable here. One almost feels (if
we may be permitted a moment of literary license) that, eventually,
the entire world passes through our doors. Could be our location,
but we like to think that it has more to do with our friendly,
casual approach to seeing to the desires of our clientele. Whether
you want just a quick beer after work, maybe cocktails with
friends, or perhaps a relaxed dinner at the bar,
you've come to the right place.
seems more and more to be the choice of conscientious drinkers
who are looking for a quality experience, and again, we have
what you want. We spend a great deal of time finding wines that
combine quality and value, so that you can order with confidence,
whether you prefer that bottle of Wild
Horse Pinot Noir at $30 or the Chateau
Mouton-Rothschild for $220. Sparkling wine? Everything
from California's Iron Horse Classic Vintage Brut to
Champagne Bollinger 1979, from
White Star to Dom Perignon,
from Demi-Sec to La Grande Dame, with some half-bottles available,
availability of beers, wines and liquors can be a bit overwhelming.
But relax. Order
whatever you're in the mood for. The rest will be there
for the next time you stop in. Check out
the chalkboards for what's new, or ask your bartender.
By the way, have you heard about the termite who walked into
Union Street and asked, "Where's the bar tender?"