My husband and I are up and down I-5 on weekends. We stop at a few places along the way. Today we decided to stop in at The Olive Pit and try their cafe. You walk up to a counter and order. There is a written menu hanging up behind the counter and laminated ones in a basket on the counter. We grabbed a laminated menu. Lots of stuff to choose from. My man went with the muffuletta sandwich on a ciabatta bun (salami, ham, provolone cheese) warmed up. I chose the muffuletta burger with added avocado. Of course I had to ask what is muffuletta. Basically it's diced green olives, picked carrots, and pimento (I'm possibly missing a few ingredients) in olive oil. Huh I thought, interesting. Our order came quickly. --- Oh, for those like us who didn't know the ropes here. You add your own condiments to your burger, hotdog, sandwich or whatever you order. Unfortunately, no one tells you this. I found out by watching others ahead of me. Awesome condiment bar by the way and clean. It's located next to the order pick-up counter covered by a silver cover (hood) that slides up. Back to the food. The burger was really good. Messy from all the extra condiments I added but worth it. The added muffuletta was good. My husband also enjoyed his sandwich. Total for burger, sandwich and two medium drinks no sides, $23 and some change. A little high. The only downside to this place was all tables had some sort of leftover food crumbled on them. I wiped our table off as did the lady next to us. Floor could use a sweeping as well. I had chips under my table and seat. That's why I rated it a 4 instead of 5. Don't get me wrong, it's not by any means a dirty place. They probably just don't notice it since the seating area is blocked off by a wall and it's not a table service kinda place. Once we finished our meal we shopped in the store. Oh boy! It was awesome. We walked out with two different Dipping Oils Roasted Garlic Rosemary and Basil Parmesan, an Apple Balsamic Vinegar, two bottles of olives Cajun Style Deep South Pitted Olives and Herb & Garlic Cheese Stuffed Olives last but not certainly not least a loaf of Garlic, Basil, Parmesan Bread, oh my! Total for all that was $59 and some change. Oh but baby soooo worth it. They have a tasting area on the opposite side of the register. Don't miss this opportunity. They even had a Black or White Truffle Dipping Oil to try. Not my thing but I enjoyed many of the others they offered. All in all a nice place.