This place has a hipster-like ambiance with hipster art on the walls and a soundtrack to match. Don't let that fool you. The vegan selection kinda sucks. There's one bona-fide vegan item on the entire menu (a wrap), and other items can be "made vegan" by subtracting key ingredients like eggs and cheese at full price. I got a $9 bagel sanwich filled with some veggies and mustard minus said eggs and cheese with no side included. It's a nice accommodation in a pinch, but I think it's a stretch to call this a 'vegetarian-friendly' destination. The service seemed a bit slow too as it took 20 mins to be seen by a server after being seated at a semi-busy time.