There is a small parking lot behind the building but quite limited. We were able to find street parking easy enough during the day. This location has a homey feel. Two lines are available, similar to its other locations. Very organized and orderly, the wait time goes by quickly. Once called to the counter by one of the workers, we asked for the famous potato balls and a taste of a sweet treat (a dulce de leche cookie is a must try!) but the sandwiches, we order with the cashier. We got a buzzer that had a number on it, with it we were able to go to the sitting area towards the back and got seated since we had ordered. While waiting, enjoyed the potato balls and enjoyed the natural lighting spreading sunshine throughout the room from the sunroof. Also took in the views of the beautiful painted murals on the walls depicting different elements of the bakery and cafe. The food was brought out to us and it was delicious as usual! My husband got the cuban sandwich and I got the vegetarian sandwich with fried eggplant and layers of vegetables and it was delicious on slices of grain bread! Both sandwiches with a side of plantain chips and they were a great crunchy accompaniment.