Pluto's, appropriately named for the outermost planet, provides "fresh food for a hungry universe," and features a revolutionary concept in dining satisfaction. Like its namesake, Pluto's strives to be truly out-of-this-world via the food station, as advanced as the space station of planetary exploration where you get what you see and you see what you get. Pluto's, started in 1995, fills a much-needed niche in the vast nothingness between fast food and full- service restaurants.
Guests of Pluto's enjoy the best of all worlds. Instead of having to cope with all the uncertainties of wait staff, guests will be served at individual food stations where they make their selections and oversee their preparation in a refreshing one-on-one process between Pluto's staff and the guest. Guests dine at their own pace (a selection of daily newspapers in available for those who wish to linger) and partake of that good "neighborhood" feeling. At Pluto's, guests do not have to deal with the annoyance of poor service, unidentifiable entrees, the added expense of tipping, and most of all, the prices that are park of the full-service restaurant scene.