Union Joints, the restaurant group behind suburban favorites like Vinsetta Garage, Gran Castor, Clarkston Union, and others, is preparing to open Union Assembly, a massive new restaurant at Woodward and Columbia in Detroit.
Located at 2131 Woodward, Detroit, the 14,800-square-foot restaurant has seating for up to 500 people on two levels, including a mezzanine and two large patios. The restaurant offers a private dining room too for its customers.
From the indoor-outdoor bar, which anchors the Little Caesars corporate extension, the restaurant has elevated views of Woodward and Comerica Park, as well as profiles of the Fox Theatre and Fillmore Detroit. It's Union Joints' first brand-new restaurant.
Co-owner Ann Stevenson, who is known for repurposing commercial projects such as old Hooters restaurants and former radio station transmitter buildings, is the person behind the design of the restaurant itself.
Vintage wallpaper covers the walls throughout the restaurant, including the unisex bathroom on the second floor. There's a DJ booth on the first floor and another room on the second floor with "something special" to be revealed later, according to Stevenson.
The menu will feature game-day classics such as Detroit-style pizza, "grown-up hot pockets," macaroni and cheese, hot perch, an extensive salad menu, and other items inspired by the executive chefs' national and international travels.
The restaurant is also hiring for the positions of bartender, cashier, dishwasher, food runner, and many more. Visit here to apply.
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