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Charming place to go to, especially on weekends when it’s packed and there’s a lot of buzz. More eateries than ‘genuine’ shops, representing the cuisines of the world, not just American alone - Burmese, Chinese, Cuban, Ethiopian, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Venezuelan, faux Vietnamese, etc....More
After reading several positive reviews regarding the Union Market, I was dissapointed in the food court. The atmosphere was Ok We orderd from several food estabishment and were not impressed by the price nor the food. The pizza place seemed popular with families with kids....More
Union Market is a large warehouse-type of building loaded with food vendors and specialty shops. Although the parking lot is large it is always a challenge to find parking. It is a very popular place and always crowded inside around lunch time. There are many...More
Union Market is fun for a foodie hangout. Interesting options; trendy; crowded. It was fun though having to navigate crowds was tedious for what we ended up with.
Easy to park; though a destination and a little out of the way.
This is an indoor contemporary food court. We visited on a busy Saturday. There were a lot of options and it wasn’t hard to find seating. Prices are decent for the area. Good place to grab breakfast or lunch.
I finally paid Union Market a visit and instantly fell in love with the place. As someone who loves all things food, a place like Union Market is heaven for me. Even before I bought anything, I immediately felt like I was in a place...More
Dropped by the Union Market on an overcast Wednesday for late lunch. Reasonably happening there but it was more food court than a market. The entire place was filled with eateries with a butcher and a wine shop as exceptions.
Had a bowl at TaKorean...More