We stopped here on our way to VA and we're swayed by the positive reviews. Upscale sandwiches on local bread were a great treat and made us happy we skipped breakfast. We started with a basil tomato bisque that was perfect fit a cool rainy day. It was slightly sweet and had nice bits of tender tomatoes and translucent onions. I had the naked burger prepared medium and found it to be flavorful, especially topped with the blue cheese dressing and cubed bacon bits. It came with a mixed green salad which had an insanely delicious balsamic dressing abd both sweet and dill pickles. I wish they would have skipped the bagged tortilla chips and used some fresh herbed potato chips instead. The husband had the sandwich special which was a grilled chicken breast served with a fire roasted red pepper (canned), melted harvarti cheese and pesto mayo on a toasted ciabatta. It also had tortilla chips that he wished would have been house fried potato chips. Our served was attentive abd provided honest feedback on what she felt were great sandwiches. She also asked if we avoided bread or were vegetarian. She checked in with us to see how we liked the food but wasn't intrusive. We arrived just before noon and it quickly filled to capacity. One of the larger tables was actually used to seat 2 separate parties.