Pittsburgh Lunch & Superette in Seattle, which opened in February, focuses on breakfast and lunch with a seasonal menu of soups, salads and sandwiches that are available to eat in or for takeout, according to Eater. The operation also features a small selection of produce and pantry staples.
The lunch counter’s owner, Una Kim, previously ran seafood bistro The Faerie Queene at the same location, but is hoping this will be a better fit for the neighborhood. “It’s rough out there,” Kim tells Eater. “You have to roll with the punches, let go of ego. It’s part of the future of restaurants, I think, to make things interesting, to incorporate technology, delivery, retail, art and more.”