Coming Soon Signage Posted for Union Social “Casual, Fine Dining Restaurant with Craft Bar” Coming to NoMa this Fall

100 Florida Avenue, NE

Union Social is the spot in the new Elevation building that is

“Architecturally designed to replicate a train station or bus terminal by Maggie O’Neill, who previously collaborated with Gardner on Irish Public House and Copperwood Tavern, Union Social’s 5,600-square-foot space will feature marble and steel elements, subway tile and other accents.

Union Social is a DC Metro inspired casual, fine dining restaurant featuring a scratch kitchen and craft bar.”

They’ve also applied for a liquor license that says:

“New restaurant serving American food with summer garden seating 50 patrons. Total load is 250.”

Hours are listed as Sunday through Thursday 7am – 2am and Friday & Saturday 7am – 3am.


11 Comment

  • Thank you, I’ve been wondering what the heck this was.
    Is it just me or is the word “social” being used a lot more in branding? Is it a subconsicous response to people becoming glued to their devices and less engaged with each other?

  • I can’t be the only one tired of restaurateurs who just throw around words like “casual, fine-dining restaurant.” They obviously have no idea what either of those terms mean. Am I to think this establishment will be like an Applebees with white table cloths?

  • “DC Metro inspired”? Will they be conducting track work every weekend?

    • jim_ed

      They surely mean “DC Metro Area Inspired” in which case each dish will be named after different complaints about traffic.

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