We selected this restaurant based upon rankings as one of Petaluma's favorites, so I was a little surprised to learn it was self-service. You order at the counter, and they bring it to your table. We went at happy hour and ordered off the happy hour menu, so the prices were very reasonable. It seems to have a young, college-age clientele as well as the health food crowd. A number of people were working on their laptops, so it has a Starbucks feel to it as well. There was a band playing the night we were there. The music was subdued new age, so it added to the hip off-beat atmosphere. There are local artists' "paintings" on the walls, but it's not fine art by any means. It's the kind of place that reminds me of a restaurant I might have gone to in the 70's on my college campus. I had the duck flatbread, and my partner had the salmon salad. They were good enough not to be disappointing, but not so great I would give the food a "five" star rating. For the price and the casual atmosphere, it was certainly fine. We each had a beer as well as our meals, and the total bill was $26. Older generations, people who like a full service restaurant, and meat and potatoes folks might not care for this restaurant, but the 20-somethings, the cafe crowd, and health food seekers will love it.