We had lunch here two days in a row. Good bread, some interesting salads and sandwich fare and a good clam chowder, with very friendly staff. The olive tapenade we got on the second day tasted off, and the chicken and caramelized onion salad was a bit bland, but the shrimp and ham and gruyere salads were delicious. Individual pastries are all bars or cupcakes, though they had a pumpkin creme brûlée the day we were there. I chose to go down to the chocolate shop for macarons and across the street to the ice cream shop for dessert both times, so I can't comment on the pastries, but we would happily return for more bread and salads!
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