“Most Macked Mac & Cheese”
This is the kind of legit food that you're not going to find at those places with proprietary birthday songs. No. There's nothing in the Clarkston Union Bar & Kitchen that isn't thoroughly real. The oak. The pews. The stained glass. The beers. The dressings. The tattoos on the servers (you do not want to try to rub one off). It's all about delivering the real, the coarse and the authentic in a world that is often only packaged to deliver food as honest as this. It started as a promise to dish out the kind of handcrafted grub that you'd have expected to find on Main Street back in the day when parking lots had horse posts in them. This is a restaurant that was built on the cornerstone of authentic American comfort, served up one cheese-strewn noodle at a time in a hot dish that bubbles up a chorus of a thousand Michigan memories. OK, we're getting a little out of hand there; but when it comes to Mac & Cheese, digging deep comes naturally to us. Why? Because it's the stuff of legend. It's that rare combination of the totally expected and the happily surprised. And it's what you'll find at an 1840's church on Main Street in Clarkston, Michigan. Please make yourself at home. Featured on the TV Show Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.
DISCRIMINATION ALERT. I went to this place by myself on April 8, 2014, because my company sent me to the Detroit area for training, and one of my coworkers recommended this place. After I was escorted to the bar since all the tables were full, NO GREETINGS FROM THE BARTENDERS. I sat there for a while with nothing. I requested the food menu to the server who walked by. I received the menu, went through the menu, and decided what I would order. I was looking straight at the eyes of the bartenders and servers around me for a long long time, but NO ONE CAME TO ME TO SERVE. EVEN NO WATER BROUGHT. Then, this Caucasian couple came and sat right next to me. IMMEDIATELY, THE FEMALE BARTENDER SAID TO THE COUPLE, "I'LL BE RIGHT THERE WITH YOU, OKAY?" Really?? Seriously??? For you information, I am Asian. She asked the Caucasian couple what they would like to drink, and the drinks were right there in no time. I decided to just leave, and started putting my two cellphones into my purse while I was shaking my head. When she sensed that I was upset, she then asked me what I would like to drink. Of course I just left. I literally wasted my time and drove 1 hour round trip just to be discriminated against and humiliated in such a bold way.
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Clarkston Union Bar & Kitchen
- Fri, Sat: 11:00 am - 2:00 am
- Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
- Sun: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
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