We stopped buy on a cold Saturday trying to escape from the cold and the rain. The sandwiches are fresh made with good ingredients, taste great and our reasonably price. They bake their own cibata style bread. The combinations run from standards fresh mozzerella, tomato, with lettuce to tyrol ham. My wife fawned over her apple crumble dessert, likely to be more rembered then the specifics of her sandwich. The wine was reasonably priced, but limited, only two reds were available.
My wife thinks it's the hippest place we've eaten during the last month.
The downside is the ordering process. As all space in front of the counter forces the que outside easily. Also, they do not keep track of whether the dining area is overflowing with standing dinners, hoping someone will leave soon.
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