Lady Yum will begin plying Amazonia and the Denny Triangle with French macarons and champagne on July 5, when the sweets-maker’s new shop opens at 2130 6th Avenue. Eater scoped out the space ahead of the opening.
This is the Kirkland-based company’s first location in Seattle-proper, but its second expansion of 2017, as a Lady Yum kiosk opened at Sea-Tac International Airport this spring. As with the original store, the new Denny Triangle outpost will sell 20 flavors of macarons daily, often showcasing locally sourced ingredients. Popular flavors like salted caramel, raspberry chardonnay, and honey lavender will be on the menu, complemented by three seasonal options and two monthly flavors.
And yes, there will be a happy hour. From 4 to 10 p.m. — six hours long, every day — the shop knocks $2 off glasses of wine, $1 off wine splits, and $1 off a rotating selection of macarons. Champagne floats with from-scratch ice cream are $8, house champagne is $3, and house sparkling rosé is $4.
Lady Yum will be open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.