Cincinnati restaurant branch closes: ‘Sad to say goodbye’

Branch, the restaurant built in a former bank in East Walnut Hills, is closing.

The owners announced the closure in a Facebook post on Friday and thanked the community for their support.

“It is with heavy hearts that we announce that we have decided to close Branch’s doors,” the post read. “While we are sad to say goodbye, we are also filled with immense gratitude. We thank all the teammates, guests and members of the community who have supported us. We wish you nothing but the best.”

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Branch’s last day of service was not given, but the restaurant is not currently accepting reservations on opentable.com.

The Littlefield Restaurant Group opened Branch, the restaurant, and Night Drop, the basement bar, inside the former Central Trust Bank building in 2018. The bank, which opened in 1921, had sat vacant for 50 years and Littlefield spent about $1.2 million. to renovate it, WCPO reported.

The restaurant’s dining room was closed for over a year at the height of the pandemic.

The Enquirer has contacted the restaurant’s media director for more information.

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