Union Tavern in Seabreeze has a long and interesting history going back to 1819 when the location was home to a farmhouse. In 1856 the current building was erected and eventually became The Reunion Inn, a well known icon in Rochester’s history. In 2019 the building was purchased and re-opened under new management and became the Union Tavern.
The food menu is as classic as the old school wooden bar and hometown feel.
The folks at Union Tavern are taking the non-alcoholic movement very seriously. They have probably one of the most extensive zeroproof spirits bottle collections in the entire region (available in a restaurant). They have have a dedicated menu for zeroproof options, but the bar staff are happy to work with special requests!