Union Square's Bronwyn is inching closer to opening in the space formerly occupied by Ronnarong, plus an adjacent storefront, and it's sending mixed signals about what will be served. Earlier reports promised a "European bistro" feel with regional Italian pastas, German sausages, French influences, and a beer garden. Now it looks like some other countries might be represented on the menu as well (or instead?). Sister restaurant T.W. Food linked to Bronwyn's Facebook page, referring to the restaurant as "Eastern European," which by most definitions would include regions further east than Germany. Furthermore, the profile photo on Bronwyn's Facebook page, captioned only by its apparent file name of "signage_graphics," is a line drawing that seems to resemble the famous Hagia Sophia basilica turned mosque turned museum in Istanbul. As for the space, the brick exterior has been painted a beautiful sky blue, the orange Ronnarong awning is gone, and the wall has come down between the two halves of the space.