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Our FoodNestled in the heart of the province's richest agricultural area, we benefit from the very best local ingredients to offer a unique menu of fresh and delicious food for all tastes, from creative takes on the familiar to exciting specialties from around the world. A fine selection of local and imported wines will compliment any choice. We do our best to cater to most specialty diets while a gracious staff accommodates you in the true spirit of 'Valley' hospitality.
Our intimate dining room will only enhance an unforgettable dining experience as colorful candle lit tables, fresh flowers, and tasteful music, create an inviting ambience. Artful details are evident in bright paintings, hand written menus, and floral decor from local artists.
Our Music VenueThe Wick, right next to our restaurant, is home to fabulous live music. It is a cozy place to unwind and a fun place to hang out. We also put our special touch on your favorite pub fare. Our open mic every Friday night features free mussels and garlic bread and a home-style gathering of musicians and music lovers. For more on The Wick click here
Will you join us?If you are passionate about food then you are in for a treat. Listed by 'Where to Eat in Canada,' for four years running, we have earned our unrivalled reputation through our dedication to ensure your satisfaction. We'll leave a lasting impression!
Life is sweet at the Union Street Café
A Little History...
Photo: Gordon Delaney
| It all began in November 2000 as the Appletown Cafe, purchased by sisters Kate Adams and Anna Osburn along with Anna's daughters, Meagan and Jenny Osburn. Kate brought with her 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry and a unique gift for hosting guests, Meagan had a warm way of healing people with food and wine, Anna was a fine and imaginative cook, and Jenny had a knack for whirling around the tiny kitchen to make everything come together. |
This hard working family is passionate about food and it shows. It soon became the Union Street Cafe (original location) and quickly grew into one of the most popular dining spots around. By 2003, however, the business outgrew that sweet little spot.
The girls found a new location on Commercial Street and completely renovated it themselves. Our present location is the former Rice's Restaurant, a friendly family place that holds a lot of memories for the people of Berwick.
In 2006, the owners ended their successful adventure and Jenny became sole proprietor. Anna and Kate are always there for support and advice, while Meagan, after some time away to travel, has returned to work at the cafe.