The bakery, from owners Sarah Lim and Michael DeAnda, will serve its already-popular macarons — which are often in the shape of recognizable pop culture figures like Totoro, Pusheen, and characters from Bob’s Burgers — as well as the Japanese jiggly cheesecakes in flavors like the classic, matcha, ube, or Thai tea.
The new space will allow Squee to expand its menu too. There are plans to add soft-serve ice cream, bubble tea, and taiyaki cone sundaes, where the fish-shaped cake will be stuffed with Nutella or red bean paste, plus ice cream and toppings.
Everything in the bakery is gluten-free, and Lim and DeAnda want to explore more vegan items. They wanted to open the physical bakery, with indoor and patio seating, because of the demand for their cute sweets. When it opens, the farmers market stand at Mueller on Sundays will still remain open.
They originally opened Squee in 2016 as a pop-up and then transformed into a farmers market stand. Ahead of the opening of the shop, Squee is temporarily halting its farmers market stand until December.
At Bolm Road, OMG Squee will share its space with cafe Old Rail Coffee Pub, which opened in late March. The address is also home to bike shop East Side Pedal Pushers.
This article has been updated to reflect the opening date for Squee.