Respond to Review of Zeppelin and Kaleidoscope
by Cain Gillespie
Review: For a non-vegetarian like myself, whether or not a place has vegan options is largely irrelevant, so I approach Jitterbeans from the perspective of how everything tastes. Across the board, Jitterbeans has fantastic food. I've had the pleasure of trying several different wraps and sandwiches, and they all tasted great and filled me up despite the complete absence of meat of any kind. The baked goods are a delight, and it's my understanding that most, if not all, of it is made fresh at Jitterbeans. Jitterbeans also caters to the drink snob in me with a good selection of gourmet sodas and teas. I'm not much of a coffee drinker, but I have overheard a number of people saying that it was better than any other place they cared to mention. That brings me to my only gripe with the place, the dining area is kind of small, so unless people are talking very quietly, you're going to hear everything which is annoying to the occasional misanthrope like myself. The staff is very friendly and engaging, I get the impression that they actually enjoy what they do and don't resent me for making them work like some young employees at other places. There's some kind of lending library there too, but I imagine it's intended for area residents, so I didn't look into it.