Lynn Superette Keeps It Cool And Affordable For Locals

Photo: Brooke McCarthy (WBZ)

LYNN, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A Lynn mini market is serving the community with affordable prices and cool vibes.

Sin City Superette, at 71 Exchange St., was recently opened by owner and chef Rachel Miller, who also runs Nightshade Noodle Bar right next door. Miller opened the market after seeing a need during the pandemic for a cheap variety store in downtown Lynn.

"I like to think of it as a mini Market Basket," said Miller.

The store, which takes its name from the refrain "Lynn, Lynn, the City of Sin," offers a sundry of household staples, as well as fresh seafood, sushi, caviar, hot sandwiches, and a "loosies" menu.

"It's basically all the annoying things that we've ever encountered that you just need one of when you're out, but you have to buy a whole box," described Miller.

Miller's goal is to keep prices low so that customers on EBT can afford to buy their groceries. She also hopes to continue her entrepreneurship.

"I'm hoping to, as staffing struggles let up a little bit, continue to open more little businesses that offer things that community members actually need in a really affordable way," said Miller.

WBZ's Brooke McCarthy (@BrookeWBZ) reports.

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