Reunion Goods & Services Brings Cheeky Touches to Quality Eats Upper East Side

Vintage pendant fixtures and schoolhouse chairs paired with custom tables. Photography by Liz Clayman.

The “neighborhood steakhouse for a new generation” has just arrived at a, err, new neighborhood. After debuting in the West Village two years ago, Quality Eats, the casual, millennial-focused restaurant from the team behind Quality Meats, has begun serving its signature affordable and underrepresented cuts of grass-fed beef on the Upper East Side, in similarly cheeky yet locally driven environs by Reunion Goods & Services. “It’s both old-school and novel,” partner Carlton DeWoody says of the 1,200-square-foot space’s vintage and custom furnishings accompanying original brick and commissioned illustrations, inside and out, that nod to area businesses of yesteryear. Reunion is currently familiarizing itself with a whole new city: Quality Eats breaks ground in Chicago’s West Loop next year.

The facade of Quality Eats on the Upper East Side by Reunion Goods & Services features illustrations by Martina Paukova and Bryce Wyler. Photography by Liz Clayman.
Storage for stamped rubber bands used for labeling wine flights. Photography by Liz Clayman.
Tom Froese illustrations hung on painted brick dating to the 19th century. Photography by Liz Clayman.
Menu graphics by Reunion. Photography by Liz Clayman.

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