Index of Affiliates

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AFGE District 14 * AFGE Council 1 * AFGE Council 211
AFGE 12 AFGE 17 * AFGE 25AFGE 32AFGE 65AFGE 383AFGE 476
AFGE 631AFGE 1000AFGE 1975AFGE 2211AFGE 2463AFGE 2725
AFGE 2741AFGE 2782AFGE 2798AFGE 2876AFGE 2978
AFGE 3331AFGE 3615AFGE 3721AFGE 4055 * AFGE National Secretary-Treasurer’s Office

AFM 161-710
AFSA/CSO 4

AFSCME Council 3 * AFSCME COUNCIL 20 * AFSCME COUNCIL 26
AFSCME Council 67
AFSCME 241AFSCME 626 * AFSCME 658 * AFSCME 709 * AFSCME 877
AFSCME 1072 * AFSCME 1170 * AFSCME 1200 * AFSCME 1209B
AFSCME 1209CAFSCME 1297 * AFSCME 1418 * AFSCME 1453
AFSCME 1653AFSCME 1803 * AFSCME 1808 * AFSCME 1959
AFSCME 2027AFSCME 2087 * AFSCME 2091 * AFSCME 2092
ACE/AFSCME 2250AFSCME 2380 * AFSCME 2401 * AFSCME 2462
AFSCME 2477AFSCME 2478 * AFSCME 2735 * AFSCME 2740
AFSCME 2743AFSCME 2776 * AFSCME 2830 * AFSCME 2846
AFSCME 2898AFSCME 2910 * AFSCME 2921 * AFSCME 2940
AFSCME 2953AFSCME 2981 * AFSCME 3020 * AFSCME 3097
AFSCME 3279AFSCME 3290 * AFSCME 3389 * AFSCME 3399
AFSCME 3548AFSCME 3641 * AFSCME 3644 * AFSCME 3655
AFSCME 3661AFSCME 3674 * AFSCME 3675 * AFSCME 3719
AFSCME 3829AFSCME 3870 * AFSCME 3925 * AFSCME 3976
AFSCME 3980

AGMA
Allied Printing Trades Council
APWU Montgomery County Area Local (#3630) * APWU, Nation’s Capital and Southern MD Local
ASASP
ATU 689 *ATU 1764
Bricklayers 1, MD, VA & DC
Bakery Workers 118
Boilermakers 193
Community Hub for Opportunities in Construction Employment (CHOICE)
CREA (IFPTE 75)
CWA District 2-13
CWA 101-12 * CWA 2107 * CWA 2108 * CWA 2222
CWA 2300 * CWA 2336
DCNA
GCC/IBT 285-M
Doctors Council DC/AFSCME NUHHCE
GPO Joint Council of Unions
IAFF 36
IAM CE-1 (NPCEU) * IAM 174 * IAM 193 * IAM 1486
IAM 1759 * IAM 2135
IATSE 22 * IATSE 487 * IATSE 600 * IATSE 772 * IATSE 868
IBEW 26 * IBEW 70 * IBEW 1200 * IBEW 1900
IFPTE 70 * IFPTE 75
Ironworkers District Council * Ironworkers 5
Insulators and Allied Workers Local 24
IUEC 10
IUOE 77 * IUOE 99
Laborers’ District Council, Baltimore/Washington * Laborers 657
Montgomery County Federation of Teachers
NABET-CWA 31
NALC 142 * NALC 3825
NEA/UDCFA
Newspaper Guild 32035
NFFE-IAM Local 2
NFL Players Association
NNU
NUHHCE/AFSCME 1199 * NUHHCE/AFSCME 2094 * NUHHCE/AFSCME 2095
NUHHCE/AFSCME 3758
NWU/UAW 1981
OPEIU 2 * OPEIU 153 * OPEIU 277
Painters and Allied Trades District Council 51
Plasterers’ & Cement Masons 891
Plate Printers 2
Plumbers 5
Road Sprinkler Fitters 669
Rodmen 201
Roofers 30
SAG-AFTRA Washington Mid-Atlantic Local
SEIU Maryland/DC State Council
SEIU 400 PG * SEIU 722 
Sheet Metal Workers 100
Teamsters Joint Council 55
Teamsters 639 * Teamsters 730 * Teamsters 922
UFCW 400 * UFCW/MCGEO 1994
UNITE HERE Local 7UNITE HERE 23 * UNITE HERE Local 25
USW 4-149
Washington D.C. Printing Union, Local 72-C (GCC/IBT)
Washington DC Building Trades Council (WBCTC): SEE Community Hub for Opportunities in Construction Employment (CHOICE)
Washington Mailers Union 29/CWA 14201
Washington Teachers Union (WTU) 6

Union Restaurants, Cafes & Cafeterias in DC

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Updated as of July 16, 2014; report updates to streetheat@dclabor.org

American Art Museum and Portrait Gallery café
American History Museum cafes
American Indian Museum cafes
Anthem (Marriott Marquis)
Art + Soul Restaurant (Liaison Hotel)
Article One Lounge (Hyatt Regency)
Belvedere Lobby Bar (Gaylord National)
Bistro 525 (Washington Court)
Charlie Palmer Steak House
Cityzen Restaurant (South Western Mandarin Hotel)
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, The (Washington Hilton)
Congress – Cannon HOB café
Congress – Ford House Office Building cafes
Congress – Longworth House Office Bldg Cafeterias
Congress – Rayburn House Office Building cafes
Congress – U.S. Capitol cafes
Decanter (St. Regis)
Dignitary, The (Marriott Marquis)
District Line, The (Washington Hilton)
Edgar Bar & Kitchen (Mayflower Hotel)
Finn & Porter Restaurant (Embassy Suites Hotel)
Greenhouse, The (The Jefferson Hotel)

GWU Marvin Center
GWU Pelham Commons at West Hall (student dining center)
High Velocity Sports Bar (Marriott Marquis)
Illy’s (Marriott Wardman Park)
Indigo Landing Restaurant
J&G Steakhouse (and Bar 15 at the Hotel W)
KC Cafe (at the Kennedy Center)
Lafayette, The (Hay Adams Hotel)
Library of Congress – James Madison Memorial Building – cafes
Library of Congress – Jefferson Coffee Shop
Marquee Lounge (Omni Shoreham Hotel)
McClellan’s Sports Bar (Washington Hilton)
Muze (Mandarin Oriental Hotel)
National Gallery of Art cafes
National Pastime Sports Bar and Grill (National Harbor)
Natural History Museum cafes
North Gate Grill (Capital Hilton)
Oasis (Hilton Crystal City Hotel)
Off The Record Bar (Hay Adams Hotel)
Old Hickory Steakhouse (Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center)
P.O.V. Roof Terrace (Hotel W)
Pienza Italian Market (National Harbor)
Plume (Jefferson Hotel)
Red Cross cafeteria
Relish (Hilton Crystal City)
Robert’s Restaurant (Omni Shoreham)
Roof Terrace Restaurant (Kennedy Center)
Rural Society (Madison Hotel)
Smithsonian Castle Café
Starbucks (Marriott Marquis)
Statler Lounge (Capital Hilton)
Stone’s Throw/Harry’s Pub (Wardman Park Marriott Hotel)
US Dept of Agriculture Cafeteria
Washington Court Hotel Cafe Grill
Woodley Market (Washington Washington Marriott)

DC-Area Union Hotels

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American Art Museum and Portrait Gallery cafe

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(UNITE HERE 23)

8th and F Streets, NW, Washington, DC 20001

Courtyard Café
11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily
Soups, made-to-order salads and salad bar, panini, sandwiches, bottled beverages, wine, beer, coffee, teas, pastries and ice cream.

American History Museum cafes

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(UNITE HERE 23)

Stars and Stripes Café (Ground floor)
14th Street and Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20560
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily* (may stay open later if visitor demand warrants extra hours)
Natural and sustainable foods including natural beef burgers, pizza, hot dogs, BBQ, Sandwiches, soups, salad bar, fountain and bottled beverages and desserts.

Constitution Café (1st Floor)
American History Museum
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
Open until 7 p.m. when the museum has extended hours.
Sandwiches, salads and soups made with natural and locally grown ingredients. Pastries, ice cream and specialty coffees, bottled sodas and water.

American Indian Museum cafes

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(UNITE HERE 23)

4th Street and Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20560

Mitsitam Café
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Limited menu after 3 p.m. off season)
“Mitsitam” means “Let’s Eat!” in the Native language of the Delaware and Piscataway peoples. The café enhances the museum experience by offering Native-inspired cuisines from five regions of the Western Hemisphere, including the Northern Woodlands, South America, the Northwest Coast, Meso America and the Great Plains.Tamales, roasted turkey, grilled salmon, homemade seasonal soups, buffalo burgers, Indian fry bread, a seasonal variety of aqua fresca and desserts.

Mitsitam Espresso Bar
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Pastries and casual fare from the cafe’s repertoire, plus Tribal Grounds Coffee—organic, fair-trade coffee grown by indigenous farmers and imported, roasted, and provided to the museum by the Eastern Band of Cherokee.

Anthem (Marriott Marquis)

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901 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington DC 20001
District of Columbia
(202) 824-9200

UNITE HERE 25: 202-737-2225

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