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half coffee shop, half gourmet deli
Restaurant, Coffee/Tea/Juice, Grocery/Bakery/Deli
Gourmet sandwiches and sides. The menu board changes frequently. About half the sandwiches are usually vegetarian with one or more vegan sandwiches. Has organic non-GMO soy milk for the espresso drinks. Hipster, casual ambiance. Free wi-fi. In the summer, outdoor seating in the far back with a ping pong table outside.
on Sep 4 12
(last updated Sep 4 12)
Mark this place closed (permanently).
Most Recent Reviews
This is my new favorite spot in the New Buffalo/Union Pier area. Great iced soy lattes and chais. And they whip up some amazing sandwiches. We're talking *gourmet*. For example, a vegetarian sandwich recently on the board was the "The Vitamin K" that had roasted asparagus from Mick Klug farm in St. Joe, ricotta cheese, McWethy tomatoes, and spinach, with mustard vinaigrette on multigrain toast. They have vegan sandwiches like the "Cucumber Zinger" with multigrain toast, hummus, sautéed Granor greens and local cucumbers with middle eastern spices, and McWethy tomatoes. They use a lot of local and organic ingredients. The sandwiches on the menu board seem to be constantly changing but every time I've been in, there's at least one vegan sandwich up there, often more.
p.s. If David's is closed, try Little Tokyo for veggie sushi and chinese food. Go to the stop light, make a right (on Buffalo St/Rt 12)and Little Tokyo is one block down on the left.
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$ - inexpensive
- (Mostly) Organic
- Large Group-Friendly
- Live Music
- Outdoor Seating