As a long-time fan of Flying Apron's packaged treats (blueberry and coconut scones, Peanut Butter Bar) at Silver Cup Coffee, and at Whole Foods (Pecan Cinnamon Roll). ((Oh, goodness, though, what are the calorie counts on these items?)) and of Flying Apron's Gluten-Free & Vegan Baking Book by Jennifer Katzinger (beautiful photos and great recipes — the Indian Curry Apron Pockets even withstood my unskilled ministrations — delicious!) — I was delighted to finally step into their Fremont shop.
The baked goods were wonderful as expected — however, the savory items were the big surprise. Their vegan lasagna served in a double-sized portion for about $7— spinach-y, oregano-y, tomato-y goodness with cashew-ricotta filling — could win the lasagna awards (is there such a thing?). The veggie-aioli pizza slice also takes best pizza (even with satisfying pizza-ness, it packs on the veggies).
You can get a wonderful Schilling Cider with the pizza slice, but it should be noted that Schilling Cider House, where you can get your choice of a sampler flight of six craft ciders (in three ounce pours) for about $13, is just down the street and around the corner. Do it if you have room. If you have the lasagna, you probably won't!
Cons: Favorite items may be unavailable