Union Square’s Bronwyn adds German accent

bronwynArguably one of Somerville’s most anticipated new restaurants, Bronwyn in Union Square is shaping up thanks to some foreign accents to the building’s exterior, including a sausage-inspired “wurst” and “weinstube,” which is German for a wine bar or tavern.

Tim Weichmann, chef and owner of Bronwyn in Union Square, said a few weeks ago that the restaurant is slowly coming together. After a few setbacks at the spot located at 255 Washington St., owners hope to open the restaurant in late April/early May.
Located at the former Ronnarong Thai Tapas bar space, Bronwyn landed on Eater‘s national “Most Anticipated Opening” list thanks to Weichmann’s mouth-watering sneak peek of “unique hand twisted Bavarian Sausages like Miltwurst and Currywurst, to exciting artisan breads –rye Bier bread, giant Pretzels, Honey-Poppy Challah –to northern Italian noodles and dumplings” on Bronwyn’s Facebook page.