This is maybe the fourth time I've tried to patronize this new business during their posted hours of operation, and today, for the first time, they were actually open. They seemed to be low on items such as silverware and plates, and clearly are still working out a lot of kinks.
Having said that, I really enjoyed the food. Everything is vegetarian and most things can be prepared vegan upon request. I had a tofu burger and my companion had a Philly cheesesteak. For dessert we had a piece of vegan cheesecake. My tofu burger was made in-house and was very tasty -- although it did taste like a big patty version of those Fantastic Foods tofu gyros (maybe it was!). The cheesesteak was bursting at the seams with fake meat and great fillings, and the cheesecake was very firm and nicely done. I was really impressed with the quality of the food and the low prices.
In addition to several styles of burgers and subs, they have veggie dogs (including a Sonoran-style hotdog -- I'll have to try that someday), pita sandwiches, salads, and soups.
It is run by Seventh Day Adventists and there is some free religious literature. There is also a small selection of retail items, like canned vegan franks and other oddities. They also sell their own brand of mock meats.