I was impressed with the selection of vegan sandwiches at the Ithaca Bakery. There were several vegan options in each category, including some that contained interesting ingredients (Daiya cheese, locally-made seitan, vegan chicken salad). My favorite sandwich was a customized version of The Fusion, which normally consists of lemon teriyaki seitan, caramelized onions and other veggies on toasted bread. I paid a few dollars extra to have melted Daiya added to the sandwich and it was delicious (albeit pricey).
Ithaca Bakery also had some vegan items in the dessert case, including glazed lemon bundt cakes and a few different varieties of vegan cookies. That said, I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed that the vast majority of the desserts were not vegan and, on the whole, the non-vegan pastries and cakes tended to be much more decadent-looking than the vegan options (I had to content myself with glazed lemon bundt cake while my non-vegan friends indulged in white chocolate mousse tortes and slices of chocolate hazelnut cheesecake). I would give Ithaca Bakery an extra star if they put a little more effort into making exciting desserts for vegans.