- $16 for $30 worth of gastropub fare and craft beer
- See the menu.
With ventilation ducts crisscrossing above their heads, visitors to Union Barrelhouse sit down amidst its urban American setting and dig into modern gastropub fare and craft beers on draft. Chef Brian Feirstein's spin on melts has become the restaurant's and the chef's calling card. The PB&J, for instance, features pears, triple crème brie, and bacon jam on sourdough bread, and the Sergeant Pepper has shaved prime rib and smoked mozzarella. Other specialties include macaroni and cheese with pit ham and bacon parmesan gratin, as well as steak burgers and grilled salmon. With each creation, a suggested drink pairing of Union Barrelhouse's artisanal craft beers is listed, which include handcrafted flavors, seasonal brews, and various house blends. Aside from its food and drink, the restaurant envelops guests in cozy vibes with a vintage fireplace and a spacious, temperature-controlled patio, which combats the Scottsdale heat in a manner that doesn't involve multiple fire hoses.