I called ahead and told them I was an "out-of-towner" and would be stopping in and that I had found them on Happy Cow. When I got there, I felt a tad rushed by the first person helping me. They didnt have alot of green juices on menu as I was expecting by the name of the place, but they did make one which was fine- local, organic, and vegan of course. Then I decided I would also have a sandwich. There weren't many "all vegan" options. There was one I chose they called "Garden Sandwich" which included cheese and mayo. They said "oh you can just leave the cheese off".. and yet no choice of vegan cheese. Then the man (who I think was the co-owner) said that they did have veganise however..Sooo I went for the sandwich and SPECFICALLY said to please add the veganaise. When sandwich arrived I bite into it- kinda dry and yet NO veganise!! BUT to make matters worse, I approached the counter, and the woman - who I believe is the other co-owner SHARPLY said to me
"We dont have veganise right now!" WOW. Right after I bought the sandwich contingent on that fact!! The man overheard this and said to the woman "oh are we out?" BUT NO APOLOGY to me!! NOT one, or can I get you anything else? I went on to say to them- "Yeah, well I did specify that." He wrapped up the sandwich for me to go like he felt a little bad about not knowing they were out.
But still no apology. And the woman who snapped at me, never made eye contact or apologized either!
I am really disappointed in the attitude of this place, but I am glad to know there is access to organic fresh juices in Eugene. If you can handle some moody service, you may like this place. The atmosphere was nice. Lots of creative art and music was pleasant. Just not the people working there!!!
Updated from previous review on Saturday October 16, 2010
Cons: UNfriendly management