For this town, this food is outstanding and homemade that someday might be on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. I had a pesto/provolone/turkey Panini that put the yum in yummy. I've had their hummus and veggies too. Be prepared for a lot of garlic, but oh...it tastes like back home. The owner walked around and gave us cranberry and white macadamia nut cookies. Perfect way to end the day.
The best part of this gem is that it is located in an old vintage building that is now a vintage book store. So you can browse books, sit in front of a fireplace, sit on stools watching the cars go by, or sit in a corner chatting over coffee and sandwiches. I wish they were open on Mondays but it's my noon-time to go place now.
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