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Heidi Lindenberg will lead marketing for the restaurant. She currently serves as marketing manager at Lindy Enterprises.
“We could not be more excited about the future owners and management," said Patty Robinson. "We know they will do a great job keeping the fine tradition going moving forward, and we are excited about them taking this restaurant to even another level.”The two-story historic Union House building was built in 1861 as a hotel, and has since functioned as a social gathering spot for locals.Lindenberg said the structure "needs a little TLC." He plans to finish the second floor for additional seating and private events. That would increase total seating from 75 to 120, and allow the business to business to book events on weekends. "Currently they turn away people on Friday and Saturday because they're so booked," he said.He also plans to update the outdoor patio to add outdoor seating."I'm excited that the restaurant has great history, great reputation and that we're going to be able to take it to another level, increase sales, increase revenue, add some staff, fix it up," said Lindenberg.