Great for fresh, organic options. I love their smoothies, and there are about 4 different milk varieties to choose from (I think soy, coconut, hemp, almond) for any smoothie or coffee drink. The avocado smoothie is out of this world rich and sinful (tastes kind of like a vanilla milkshake). They put honey in most of their smoothies automatically, so just be sure to have them leave it our or switch to agave if you don't do honey. Everyone there has always been really friendly and accommodating to any requests.
They have a variety of teas and coffee drinks. I love that they put out soy milk with their self-serve creamers so you don't have to go up to the counter to request a special non-dairy milk for your normal coffee.
There could be more veg options, but you really can't complain too much since they actually have veg options. The tofu wrap was a bit bland; it's really just a big block of unflavored tofu. The black bean wrap is yummy though, and I've had a good grilled veggie sandwich there too. One thing I don't really understand though is why the sandwiches with just veggies cost about the same as sandwiches with veggies + meat. The salads are fantastic!!
Although I haven't tried it, they have a tofu scramble wrap on their breakfast menu. Before going vegan, breakfast was my favorite meal to go out for (I'm not a fan of cooking in the morning). As many of us know, vegan breakfast options when you go out are weak. I give big points for having vegan breakfast options. (tofu scramble, smoothies, coffee drinks with any vegan milk you want, etc.)
Bottom line - this place is original, locally owned, organic, fresh, and friendly. Just be aware of coming here on a weekday between 12-2; they're very popular and seating is limited. Perhaps try hummus corner(it's really close by) instead during that time frame.Pros: Non-dairy and veg options, Organic veggies, and big fresh salads, Originality
Cons: can get pricey, parking/seating is tough at lunch rush, tofu is bland