Using organic ingredients and a kosher-certified dishes, Panini Café’s menu bursts with vegetarian sandwiches, homemade Mediterranean entrees, and traditional Jewish fare. Kick-start a day with the Israeli breakfast, which plates up two eggs cooked to customer specifications and sidled up to three kinds of cheese and an israeli salad ($9.99). Diners can awaken tummies with appetizers including the cheese-stuffed mushrooms ($5.99–$7.50) or the Greek Plant, which snuggles together feta cheese and pesto in an eggplant sleeping bag ($5.99). The halumi sandwich blends deep-fried halumi and cream cheese on ciabatta bread ($14.99), while the panini special fits emek cheese and tomato between bagels halves ($8.99). Those wishing to sample Mediterranean flavors without the hassle of stealing Socrates's lunchbox can bury faces into burekas, puff pastries stuffed with zesty cheese and vegetables ($8.99).