Two adults visited for lunch on a Friday. We were welcomed with a friendly smile at the door and invited to select a table. They have indoor and outdoor seating. The restaurant is in an attractively-remodeled historic building, but does have a ramp for wheelchair access. The menu has a great variety to choose from, including healthy and/or vegetarian options. We ordered a garden salad, a veggie pita sandwich, a turkey sandwich with fruity chutney and side salad, and hummus with pita triangles. Our soft drinks arrived in plastic screw-top bottles with a glass of ice. The dishes were served in a reasonable amount of time and all the food was fresh and tasty. Our server was pleasant and attentive and the manager stopped by the table to check on us. The dining room was busy but the servers seemed to be keeping up. Because it's an older building, there is only one restroom and you have to go through the kitchen hallway to reach it. Management needs to be aware that patrons in the restroom area can overhear staff discussions occurring in the kitchen that they would probably prefer to keep private.
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