I visited this bakery/luncheonette on a recent Saturday. The smells are captivating. Chocolate brownie, rosemary bread and crusty baguette permeated the air. There are several crafty sandwiches a couple of salads, fresh and made to order. My roast beef was perfectly rare. Served on a large, tasty rosemary roll. The fresh mozzarella was lost in the bread and the sandwich screamed for flavor and a food shake of salt. I chose fruit for a side. At almost $10 for a sandwich, I really expect a little more effort there. I received a couple of grapes cantaloupe and a bite sized piece of pineapple. Served in a plastic condiment container it amounted to about two tablespoons. Just because you are in Ion doesn't mean you should gouge the patrons. Showed lots of promise with just a bit of tweeking
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