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Wine & Spirits spotlights Union Station

Wine & Spirits magazine looked at the imbibing options at Union Station.


In July 2014, Union Station reopened after two years of massive renovations. Not only has it been restored to its former elegance, it has also become a dining destination. Of the three wine-centric venues that have opened under its grand ceiling, The Cooper Lounge hews most closely to the original Union Station aesthetic: a sexy pseudospeakeasy perched on the mezzanine above the main terminal. Tufted gray settees, crystal stemware and silver-tray glass service throw a retro vibe, but the iPad you’ll be handed to peruse the wine list, packed with New World wines, proves it really is 2015.

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