Just because you're in the area, it doesn't mean you want to eat here. The menu is confusing from on-line vs in-store for the vegan options. It's pretty haphazard if you ask me. The organization of the items on the counter denote as much. On the side, a few notes about menu items, which includes things like sushi on it. The counter display case is also rather unorganized. Not good signs for food.
Thankfully... The vegan items are just frozen meat analogues, bread and vegan cheese/ sauce/ veganaise/ lettuce/ tomatoes. You can add avocado or mushroom or green peppers for $ .50 more. There is a pretty regular stream of people, but they mostly grab a quick drink and snack.
If you use a card, they purport to charge you $.25 if it's under $5. The cups are styrofoam. There's a sign that states $.35 for a large cup of ice.
The space is small, but there are 4-5 tables inside and 3 outside. Parking is easy.
The food is mediocre at best. It's really like going to Trader Joe's and warming up the fake meat, adding on a condiment or two from the RJ's condiment section, and placing it inside toasted or un-toasted store bought bread. It is junk food, really. Nutritional value is low.... I would not come back here if I was in the area and starving. I would just drive to the Trader Joe's or head to somewhere with good food!Pros: Vegan meat substitutes, Easy parking
Cons: Better food made at home, Not healthy