Carnivores and vegetarians (or vegans) looking for a place to eat together will be happy with this sandwich shop. Just steer clear of the fake meat -- which is overly salty and, well, fake -- and go for dishes like pasta salad with kale, and a quinoa salad with black beans and corn doused in a luxuriant avocado dressing. Good sandwich options include a curried chickpea-cauliflower wrap and a panini with Gorgonzola, walnuts and apples. The vibe is a little earth-mother-crunchy, but there's also free wi-fi and an outdoor patio.
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Vegetarian and vegan food has come a long, long way since its Precambrian Era of alfalfa sprouts and earth-toned mystery grains, but there are times when it's fun to embrace the stereotypes and eat something that reeks of both whole...