At first the setup is a little confusing. The coffee bar is by the entrance, but if you want juice, you have to walk into the store and around the corner. They are two separate entities in the same building. Vegetarian and vegan pizzas are available every day (you order those at the coffee bar). I've tried a few of the vegan ones. I would describe them more as a snack- not very hearty. The focaccia was especially light - essentially a wheat crust with lemon juice and a little rosemary. The juices are made fresh and the smoothies are good too. Vegan items are marked. On the coffee shop end, they have a variety of fair trade coffees and teas, along with lots of baked goods. Again, vegan items are marked. They often have vegan coffee cake and scones, neither or which I have tried yet. They also have a few gluten-free items. There are only 4 or 5 small tables, but you can wander around and look at all the fair trade crafts, jewelry, and clothing that Global Gallery has for sale. This place is small, but I love what they do. Veg*n and fair trade, what's not to love!