I had read so much about the tomato basil bisque soup, I had to try it. I was not disappointed. Yum. I don't know if I've ever had homemade tomato soup before. I also had a chicken salad. It had plenty of moist chicken with...More
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This is the place to find out how Picasso would envision a sandwich. And yes, they not only conjure art as food but give us a taste of the dramatic. Stunning.
I'm loving the sandwich right now, but opened it up and one little piece of onion, (and cherry tomatos), next time I'll watch or ask how much they put on. Sandwich was $8.99, but came with a nice size of potato or Mac salad or...More
Not the usual sandwich place. Plenty of different things to try. Everything is good and the prices are fair. Worth looking into.
The Number one sandwich is the Picasso. The sandwich is one of the best I have ever tasted. I ordered it with Tomato Pesto soup, included in the $7.95 price. The soup is one of the best I have ever tasted. The soup and sandwich...More
Gourmet sandwiches and light entrees and some very unusual art. Be sure to check out the mural in front of the staircase inside. We were a wedding party of about 13 and walked there from the nearby courthouse. Service was great, and no one complained...More
First, this place is really cute. Artwork on the walls is original. Tables are mosaic and interesting. Their various sandwiches are all delicious - whatever you like you will LOVE here. Don't miss the tomato soup! Delicious.