The 1920s art-deco inspired restaurant Union Common, located in the midtown area at 1029 Broadway, has closed.
A message on Facebook shared the news with loyal diners.
We appreciate the many patrons who have come into our restaurant over the years. Union Common has been sold to new ownership as of January 30, 2020 – and will be closed for renovations at that time. We apologize for the inconvenience this causes anyone, and hope you return after its reopening to see where its new owners take it. Thank you so much, and have a wonderful day.
There’s no word yet on the new owner or when Union Common will reopen. Keep checking back here for more information.
Opening in 2014, Union Common focus was a classic steakhouse with additions to the menu that included tuna poke rack of lamb. You could also find an extensive list of whiskey, wines, and handcrafted cocktails.