Kirkland-based macaron-maker and champagne-pourer Lady Yum is set to get a new location, this time in Pioneer Square, right alongside Occidental Square on South Washington Street.
Owner Megan Wagstaff posted the news to social media over the weekend, noting that with a bigger space, she’s going to branch out into new territory after four years primarily in the business of making hit meringue-based confections.
Savory options are the big addition: The news announcement says that the new Lady Yum will offer tapas-esque snacks “highlighting the best of the northwest,” and apparently getting into brewing, with house craft brews. Wagstaff will also be trying new sweet options, with all-gluten-free entremets (think light cakes, most likely), and a take on afternoon tea.
Signage on the new location says it’ll open this summer, although there’s no precise date set. It’s Lady Yum’s fourth location after the Kirkland original, a kiosk at Sea-Tac, and its first Seattle-proper location on the Amazon campus.