It seems like farm to table joints are turning up new almost every week, and just about on every corner. Like its neighbors, Block 16 and Kitchen Table, this is a fine new entry in heart of the city cuisine. The niche here is breakfast and lunch, with a full range bakery. I have tried the scones, and they are wonderful. Today it was lunch. I was told their turkey sandwich was the most popular menu item, so follwed that lead. I had it on the recommended tomato basil bread (other options include sourdough, maple oat, whole wheat and "drunkernickel"). Mesquite turkey, roasted tomatoes, havarti cheese, just a dash of caper mayo, and arugula. Umm! They have a variety of sides, including chips, salads (both a side green and, today, anyway, pasta), and the daily soup (a sweet potato concoction today). I went with the tabouli--their version had greens, cukes, tomatos and quinoa. A tad dry for my taste, but cetainly a healthy option.
The interior is spacious and tasteful, and seems to have attracted a Starbucks-type clientele (cofee and tea are also available). Fresh loaves of their wide variety of bread are available at 3. The staff were friendly and helpful. All in all, a very nice new arrival. I will be back.
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