We stopped for lunch on a recent weekend. Extensive menu of sandwiches and panini. About $10 to $13 each, but well prepared and large portions. They use local ingredients when possible, and they're gourmet sandwiches -- how often do you see a duck confit panini or pork belly and scallop sandwich on a menu? Served with homemade pasta salad or potato salad. Good beer selection, but wine seemed only to be house selection (Merlot was palatable and a generous portion), which seemed a little strange in a place paid so much detail to the food. You can also "build your own" sandwich if you prefer (but the regular menu is so much more tempting!). Daily lunch specials during the week. I didn't have coffee, but they have an extensive coffee menu as well -- lattes (regular or iced), frappe, espresso, etc. Service was friendly and prompt, even with a full house.