My son and I went to check this place out. I didn't read the commentary well prior to going so I thought it was vegan. It is not. But knowing we were the only ones there, I knew the grills would be fine.
He had a southwest turkey burger that he said was very, very spicy. I tried the grain meat veggie pannini. Both came with lovely salads and we ordered a side of grilled potatoes (they look like fries, but are just grilled raw potatoes, so not fry-ie at all).
The salad was the best part for me. The pannini bread was good and the grain meat lovely but the vegan cheese was not at all melted, so that's a bummer. Especially in the Daiya age, vegan cheese can be gooey and melty, too.
Ambiance was sparse but good, they kept it quite cold but I imagine if there were anyone else in there with us it would have been warmer. Loved the enormous wall clock. Overall a decent meal but I won't drive out of my way to go there.
Cons: serve meat, tiny parking lot