After two years on Union Street, popular comfort food spot Graffiti’s is calling it quits — for now.
A sign posted to the door at Grafitti’s announces the restaurant’s has officially closed its doors as of May 24. Fortunately, though, the spot plans to make a comeback later this summer. The restaurant’s closure may have something to do with its location and parking situation, which one fan described as “awkward.” As such, Grafitti’s is working on a “bigger and better location.”
Check out the full statement from the restaurant below:
Eater has reached out to the restaurant for more details on its forthcoming location, but no new neighborhood has been announced just yet. Originally opened in 2015, Graffiti’s earned raves from diners for its wings, chicken fried steak, and burgers, but considering the massive number of restaurants in prime locations across the city, that clearly wasn’t enough.
Stay tuned for more details on Graffiti’s rebirth.