Seattle was collectively bummed when long-time brunch favorite Grub closed on Queen Anne in February, but its replacement is looking pretty enticing.
Bounty Kitchen will "specialize in imaginative salads and healthy bowls with layers of texture from old fashioned cooking techniques like pickling, fermenting, roasting and grilling as well as raw and flavors borrowed from ancient cultures and modern blends," co-owner Meg Trainer told Eater back in March.
You can expect Bounty Kitchen to look quite a bit different than Grub. The team is completely renovating the space, including exposing the original turn-of-the-century ceiling, opening the kitchen, and adding all new equipment.
Bounty Kitchen originally aimed to open in April, but the project has been delayed a bit. Now, Trainer says the crew is aiming for soft openings the week of June 3 and a formal opening date of June 10.