The popular breakfast and lunch cafe will move into the former BRGR and Spoon space.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A popular eatery is moving from Regent Square to East Liberty.

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Square Cafe announced Tuesday that it’s moving into the former BRGR and Spoon space.

Owner Sherree Goldstein had planned on extending Square Cafe’s footprint for years because of the demand. A press release cites Edgewood’s outdoor seating ordinances and increasing customer requests to open as the reason Goldstein reignited her search while running on a carry-out and delivery model since March.

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“We want people to have the same Square Cafe feeling and experience — and open it up to people who never made it to our Regent Square location,” Goldstein says in a press release.

“We love our Regent Square neighbors and will miss them so much. Hopefully, they will visit us in our new home — they are family to us and will always have a home at Square Cafe.”

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My Goodness, Square Cafe’s sister grocery and prepared foods shop, will stay in Regent Square.