Chef Chris Raucci and Victoria Rothberg, the owners of beloved Sylvan Park restaurant answer., open their new Midtown restaurant Flatiron on Monday, May 3 after more than a year of delays.
Flatiron slides into the space formerly occupied by steakhouse Union Common (1929 Broadway), which closed last January after a six-year run. The reimagined setup sports 40 seats at a central bar surrounded by big-screen TVs. A colorful mural starring recognizable sights in Nashville and Tennessee is currently getting splashed around the facade. The anticipated opening comes after a full year of delays caused by COVID-19.
Starters like whipped goat cheese, Nashville hot fried oysters, and tomato bisque with waffled grilled cheese are joined by salads dressed with crispy tofu and quinoa or steak. A “sandwiches & such” section includes a classic, veggie or tuna burger, oyster po’boy, and roast pork on a toasted hoagie with caramelized onions, smoked provolone, and cherry pepper relish. Mains include grilled salmon, filet with bearnaise butter, spaghetti and meatballs, and fish and chips.
As of Monday, May 3, Flatiron will open for lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday, with a weekly happy hour and weekend brunch. For reservations, private events, and other details, visit Flatiron’s website.
- Flatiron [Official Site]