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St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

Bar and seating at The Train Shed Restaurant

Dining & Drinks

The Grand Hall lounge, the heart of Union Station, is home to a stylish bar and 3D light show telling the building's history. Try the Station Grille for all-day dining, the Train Shed Restaurant for cocktails, and the Union Station Soda Fountain for retro treats. Room service is available all day.

seating area with benches and tables

1894 Cafe

Located on the second floor of Union Station, this casual family-friendly café will facilitate aquarium goers with a great bite and convenience. Unique sandwiches, bright salads and quick snacks, this is a sure stop while at Union Station.

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Ballpark Village

The newest dining and entertainment district in St. Louis and the Missouri area. This is the first ever sports anchored entertainment district located next to Busch Stadium -

Grand Hall Open Seating

Grand Hall

Recently renovated, restored and re-opened with lounge seating and a bar, The Grand Hall continues to awe visitors as the Union Station Hotel’s lobby and lounge area. Beyond the history and the food, the Grand Hall Experience at Union Station is complete with the first of its kind high-definition projection mapping experience in the United States. Projected on the Grand Hall’s 65-foot tall ceilings and across the entire space, the 3D entertainment is made up of 30 vignettes, all stretching the barrier of creative design, innovation and story-telling.

Grand Hall Market Seating

Grand Hall Market - Starbucks

A unique gift shop and coffee bar. With a model train display in the middle of the room, it’s the perfect place to grab your favorite espresso drink from the 1920s-themed Starbucks, enjoy a biscotti or croissant next to the fireplace and browse the wide selection of candy, locally produced foods, snacks and more.

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Station Grille

Fred Harvey revolutionized railroad dining by opening one of his restaurants in the Terminal Hotel at St. Louis Union Station. In order to provide efficiency, the travelers ordered while still on board the train, and then the orders were wired to the restaurant manager, so that people could come in, sit down and enjoy a meal, and be on their way with as little time and hassle as possible. The most essential part of Fred Harvey’ success, as well as the most popular feature of his restaurants were the Harvey Girls, who greeted and tended to patrons with classic Midwestern manners and hospitality. Fred Harvey’s restaurant is now the Station Grille, which is located in the Union Station Hotel and seats 130 customers at any given time, serving some of the finest food in the entire city.

Bar and seating at The Train Shed Restaurant

The Train Shed Restaurant

The Train Shed is a unique gathering place filled with contemporary cuisine and creative cocktails in one of St. Louis’ most iconic locales. From our rotating taps to our entrées and apps, we will have something for everyone — especially those with a taste for adventure.

sweet shop with tills

Union Station Soda Fountain

The Soda Fountain at St. Louis Union Station is a refreshing blast from the past with sweets, treats, and eats for everyone. Combining modern flairs with retro vibes, you’ll find something new to smile about every time you visit. Whether you’re a kid, a kid at heart, or with your sweetheart, there’s no better place to satisfy a sweet tooth than The Soda Fountain.