FREE WINGS Wednesdays

Free Wings with alcoholic beverage purchase. Try Them All - BBQ, Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan 4 - 7pm

Blackhawks Playoffs

WooHoo!! We SWEPT the 2nd Round - Get Ready for the Western Conference Final as we BILL the Ducks!!

Hey Minnesota - you can SHAVE NOW!!

Don't miss a second of PlayOff Action

Metro Live Wenesdays & Thursdays

Chicago's BEST Street Performerst Perform Live! Hum All The Way Home 4 - 7pm

Build Your Own Nachos

Build Your Own Nacho & Taco Bar Thursdays 4 - 7pm

Kitchen: Monday - Friday 6:30am -7pm | Saturday & Sunday 10:30am - 7pm
Bar: Monday - Friday 10:30am - 9:30pm | Saturday & Sunday 10:30am - 8pm

Chicago's Best Commuter Bar INSIDE UNION STATION @ Canal & Adams (312) 655-0600

Metro Deli & Cafe

The best place in Union Station to wait for your train. Consistently good food. Made fresh. It's a great place to get a quick sandwich and a beer. We recommend this place for people watching and a sandwich. Enjoy.. Skip the food court and head to Metro Deli!


Today's Specials

Wednesday Food Specials
Wine Down Wednesdays
Home style meats carved to order.
Served with choice of two sidecars.
Wednesday - Mile High Meat Loaf 7.99

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Wednesday Drink Specials
Complimentary Boxcar Buffet 4 - 7pm w/ Drink Purchase

All your favaorite flavors
BBQ, Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan

$3.50 House Wine Glasses

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Have YOUR Party in OUR Bar


The Best of Chicago's Street Performers LIVE Every Wednesday & Thursday from 4 - 7pm. Make your commute GREAT And Hum All the Way home

Office Catering

Everyday Specials


Such Great Food

I have never ever eaten such great food in a railway station. Its a nice bar too, free wi-fi, and cheap! I had the New York Steak House Dip and it was the best sandwich ever. If you have time to kill at Union Station go here.

Your Game is Always On

Make it a Point to stop
@ Metro Deli

The Metro Deli & Cafe is located in the belly of Union Station. At first, I was amazed how reasonable the beer was. The beer was less than $4; which is generally unheard of in the Loop of Chicago. But what really caught my attention was how the bar became a turnstile between 4:30 and 5:30 for all the regular Metra passengers donning Brooks Brothers trench coats and three-piece suits. And there were a lot of them. Every day these passengers pass through the Metro to pick up their order before boarding their train. These bartenders knew them by their first names, what they liked, and had their brown bags full of beer ready to go. And the passengers thanked the bartenders by their first name, asked how their children were doing, and then tipped them very generously.

I now make it a point to stop here for a couple of beers before catching the Amtrak.

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