Citysearch Editorial Review. This bright little spot at the AT&T Center is a speedy micro-Patina for people on the go. The escalator down to the Garden Level reveals a gleaming white store, modern and sleek, popping with bursts of vivid colors. While it looks expensive, nothing’s more than $10, and ingredients are organic and seasonal to boot. Forget McMuffins--early bird insiders love the gourmet breakfast sandwiches like the smoked salmon panini and Jojo Burrito that wraps up scrambled eggs, bacon, salsa, potatoes and cheddar. A pristine salad bar is joined by burgers, panini and artisan sandwiches along the lines of lemongrass banh mi, chicken tarragon, pulled pork and turkey cranberry club. You’ll also find a large assortment of sides including quiches and pastas, and daily entrees like braised short rib stroganoff and buttermilk fried chicken. Lunch lines can sometimes be long and flooded with office workers, but service is efficient and the swank store offers lots of eye-candy until you get to the real thing.
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