My first question is, "Where do the men eat?" This is an overpriced cafeteria-style salad bar, so don't expect to get a nice serving of meat (not even grilled chicken). There also is soup (bland) and "pizza" (you'll do better buying a frozen one at the store and cooking at at home), but that's about it.
The salad bar itself was set up a little strangely when I visited. I really had to hunt to find the silverware, for example, but that might have been an anomaly.
I'd say a place that is just a salad bar should have lots of options, but Sweet Tomatoes doesn't really have more than any other average restaurant's salad bar, and it's lacking the main course items (especially meat) that I really want.
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