The neo-modern bistro churns out a profusion of pastries, an extensive breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu, and treats from its full-service bakery. Stop in for morning fuel such as the ham, egg, and swiss toasted croissant sandwich ($3.99) or a make-your-own yogurt parfait ($3.99). For lunch, try a melty Italian meatball sub with hand-rolled meatballs sandwiched on a toasted French baguette with oozing provolone cheese and marinara ($6.95). Dinner lets you go light with the Hawaiian barbecue-chicken salad (small $6.50) or fill up on a brick-oven pizza, including the pepperoni gusto (pepperoni, artichoke hearts, olives, and a three-cheese blend, $6) and the Italian sausage ($6.25). Be sure to check out their extensive takeout menu (available for both taking out and dining in), which features entrees such as the steak au poivre—a grilled peppercorn beef tenderloin with a chorizo glaze ($15.95)—and the apple glaze pork chops ($10.95). With the holidays coming up, their catering services are a handy and delectable option as well.