The award-winning dough punchers at Loaf flaunt a menu of sweet and savory items, all made from scratch on the premises. The shop's panoply of salads includes the thai beef ($9) and the seared-tuna avocado ($9), constructed with avocado, asparagus, lemon vinaigrette, and spicy mayo. Loaf also brandishes classic sandwiches such as the BLT ($8) and original inventions such as the smoked-tofu sandwich, festooned with mushroom and peppery arugula ($8). Fresh baked goods range from the monkey loaf ($7), which garnered a mention in the New York Times, to fresh focaccia ($5), ciabatta ($7), and cinnamon-raisin bread ($7.50). The experts behind the counter match dinners with a slice of cake, such as coconut ($5.25), lemon poppyseed ($6), or red velvet ($5.25). Guests can also complete the transition from an innie to an outie with belly-button-bursting fresh muffins, crumb cakes, and cinnamon buns ($3.25–$4.50), which pair well with homemade ginger iced tea, pomegranate iced tea, and watermelon lemonade.