The details are sparse, but representatives for King Street eatery Union Provisions tell us that the restaurant will close down on May 30, and "a new concept will open in the fall to take its place." Eater was not provided with much additional information.
Union Provisions has had a rough time since opening on July 16, 2014. The new American restaurant lost the opening chef six weeks in and never gained the favor of local critics. The stately dining room was often found empty. At the end of April, co-owners Ben Russell-Schlesinger and Robert Young employed restaurant consultant Nathan Thurston to come in and make changes to the concept.
Russell-Schlesinger and Young will remain the co-owners of the space and Thurston is leading the revamp. The restaurant will reopen under a new name and menu this fall.