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“Washington's busiest and best-known”
Today Union Station is again one of Washington's busiest and best-known places, visited by 32 million people each year and has many shops, cafes and restaurants. Passenger services include Amtrak’s high-speed Acela Express, Northeast Regional, and several of Amtrak's long-distance sleeper trains (including, among others, the Capitol Limited, Crescent, Palmetto, and Silver Service trains); the MARC and VRE commuter railways, linking Washington to Maryland and Virginia, respectively; and the Washington Metro Red Line. From Union Station Amtrak also operates long-distance service to the southeast and midwest, including many intermediate stops to destinations like Chicago, Atlanta, New Orleans, and Miami. Over 13,000 passengers boarded or detrained Amtrak services daily in FY2011.
The Union Station Food Court is Located near the U.S. Capitol, accessible by metro and home to many of the city's tour bus companies, Union Station is a convenient place to stop for a quick bite... Read more
There are several eateries to choose from. Not the safest place to be, but if you absolutely have to eat here, get your order TO GO. The panhandlers are aggressive and will approach you with no... Read more
Honestly this place gets 5 stars only because there is a Bojangles inside. Who doesn't love Bo's? Other than that, it's a typical food court- full of mediocre tasting Chinese, pizza that tastes... Read more
Union Station Food Court
- Sun - Sat: 9:30 am - 9:00 pm
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