Situated at the corner of Whitehall Street and Union Street in the heart of the city centre Trades House is a Dundee institution. The pub’s unique stained glass windows depict all the trades which have contributed to Dundee’s history showing images of bakers, engineers, weavers and other trades. The pub prides itself on its good service, friendly welcome and great food, appealing to a lively mix of people, from pensioners calling in for morning coffee to concert-goers en route to the Caird Hall, workers from the nearby bingo hall, shoppers, students and local businesses. Everyone in Dundee knows The Trades House and all are assured of a distinctive menu, an astonishing range behind the bar and lots of great company. The six televisions and one big screen show football, rugby and other sports from two Sky boxes. It's also a popular daytime destination for families: children are welcome until 3pm (6pm on Sunday).