The Valley Planet newspaper survey ranked Jason's Deli as 1st Best Deli. This restaurant is just off University Drive, behind the IHOP. I ordered their Garden Fresh Salad Bar. It was very good, kind of like the one at Ruby Tuesday's, but with a selection of much better croutons. My wife ordered half a California Club sandwich, with a cup of soup. I sampled her sandwich -- excellent. I liked it better than than this sandwich at Panera Bread. (I think this was partly because Jason's uses guacamole whereas Panera Bread uses just avocado. The bread at Panera Bread was tougher, also.) I tried her Tomato Basil soup. It was tasty, with nice bits of stewed tomato in it. It was only warm, though and she prefers her soups heated up hot. My coffee was very good. She drank their free water. Their soft-serve ice cream comes free with your meal! Our cost for this lunch was $17.14. The parking area in front of Jason's fills up during lunchtime, but with a little determination you could park, say, at the shopping center beyond it and walk a couple hundred feet. The menu board behind the order-taker has forty-leven things to choose from. You could just punt like I did, and get the salad bar. Or do as my wife did, and pick up a menu while in line waiting to order, so she would be ready by the time she got to the order taker. The music selection here wasn't bad; it was kind of oldies like Barry Manilow. But the speakers sounded tinny. The noise in the dining area was a little excessive, with the cook frequently yelling for a runner to come deliver a meal to a table. They were pretty quick, though. Our meal came to our table a couple of minutes after we sat down. This restaurant is a little upscale. The clientele looked pretty nice, partly because this was after churchtime on a Sunday morning.
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