Cute little place to go for a salad and, well, lemonade. The ginger peach is my absolute favorite.
Yes, there is the promised lemonade drink (in multiple flavors even), but this seasonal-ingredients focused cafeteria also excels at salads, panini sandwiches and, naturally, desserts like lemon cupcakes and French macaroons.
So Much More Than Just Lemonade. You will fall in love with this lunch spot. It's a little confusing at first and can be overwhelming but don't let that deter you. Basically there are a bunch of marketplace items like salads, veggies, and starches. You pick 1, 2 or 3 items. The trick though is to have them split the portion so that you get two items for the price of one. One items is $4 and two are $7.50.
Citysearch Editorial Review. With a bright lemon tree mural outside and daffodil-colored walls within, this aptly named eatery emanates a cheery cafeteria ambiance throughout the day. Under a colorful plastic-cup ceiling sculpture, patrons order single-serving scoops of hot and cold "portions," served cafeteria-style. Cold options include salads (roasted beet, hazelnut and red onion; ahi tuna, saffron potatoes, tomatoes and olive-lemon vinaigrette; and grilled chicken, penne and balsamic). Hot-portion highlights are slow-roasted pork, red cabbage and jalapenos on wheat-oat bread, as well as the always-popular mac 'n' cheese. Though the dining space isn't huge--the cafe seats about 40--aluminum tables are roomy and spill out onto a foliage-filled wooden patio.
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