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Blissful Bites Without question, eating is one of life's greatest pleasures -- make the most out of it with truly delicious and memorable meals. At upscale retro diner 417 Union, you'll find unforgettable dishes that are imbued with equal parts Southern charm and upscale cosmopolitan flair under one roof. 417 Union dishes out hearty breakfasts full of flavor and big city sophistication all day, every day. From brioche french toast to omelettes stuffed with fresh seasonal veggies, gourmet cheeses and rich meats like prime rib, these breakfasts are decidely delicious. And the great tastes continue into lunch and dinner with pastas, salads, and upscale blue plate specials with slow-cooked meats and veggie sides. Food you won't soon forget. Must Trys Courtney's Favorite The owner's daughter knows how to start the day off right! Take two eggs scrambled with grilled onions, smoked salmon and serve them with crisp house potatoes, fresh tomato slices, and pumpernickel toast with cream cheese and you won't regret getting out of bed. Rattle Snake Chicken Perfectly al dente penne pasta is tossed in a rich, spicy Cajun cream sauce alongside bright, fresh scallions, savory mushrooms and sweet roasted red peppers before being topped with strips of blackened chicken breast. Each bite melts deliciously in your mouth!
Scout Notes: It’s the 1940’s: "Rosie The Riveter" is becoming a cultural icon, Bing Crosby’s “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” is at the top of the music charts, and movie theaters are booming with business as millions of Americans seek an escape from a time heavily defined by war. 417 Union, a 1940’s themed diner located downtown, celebrates the history of the ‘40s and allows guests to take a trip back in time while enjoying some pretty awesome grub (caramelized banana pancakes, anyone?). Owner Anthony Leath never planned on opening a themed restaurant. It was the building’s rich history that helped guide the concept of his business (In 1939—at the beginning of World War II—the Satsuma Tea Room moved into the 417 Union Street building where it stayed for over 60 years). 417 Union is Anthony’s way of celebrating a period of time close to his heart while honoring those who made sacrifices during the war. The menu, which Anthony describes as classic American fare with an emphasis on southern traditions, boasts a little bit of everything—from fried green tomatoes and burgers to country fried steak and southern side dishes. Oh, and they serve breakfast all day, which makes us Scoutmobsters pretty darn happy. In addition to purchasing all their produce from local farmers’ markets (when in season) and serving locally baked breads, 417 Union also features local artists in their upstairs art gallery. Don’t forget to ask for a tour! Menu Highlights: Rattlesnake Pasta, $16 Caramelized Banana Pancakes, $8.49 The Great American Cheeseburger, $8.89 Turkey and Dressing, $10.49 Hours: Daily, 7 am - 8 pm
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