Deborah goes out of her way to create some unique lunchtime fare, including flatbread toasted sandwiches, specialty salads and more. For instance, this week, I enjoyed a gooey tuna melt wrapped in flatbread and grilled, served with sweet potato fries. I also had a crispy fried fish sub with asian slaw and chipoltle mayo served with tater tots. But she has all the usual sandwiches, salads and two or three fresh soups each day, also. And she encourages suggestions. They are located in a basement, but the decor is bright and airy, with a painted purple floor and pictures of Europe scattered around. She also has a sofa and easy chairs on one side to give a coffee house feel. Definitely worth the visit if you're tiring of the usual bagel sandwich. Expect a bit of a wait, though, if you arrive at the peak of the lunch hour - everything is made to order and even getting through the cashier line can be slow if they are crowded.