Stopped in for lunch. You order at a counter and sit inside or outside. Your food is delivered. It's in the Brightleaf section, restored old tobacco buildings. The sandwiches are terrific. We both had ham and Swiss panini. Piles of ham and two slices of Swiss one on each piece of rye bread crispy pressed not greasy. A honey mustard added that sweet and sharp flavor. The sandwiches are so large we could probably share next time. The menus, available at the counter have two pages of choices and many sound worth trying. Since we stopped by at lunch hour it was very busy. It is clearly a go to spot for shoppers and workers. Even though it was busy the service was fast and friendly.
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