Long time customer of J Pace?s, sandwiches always good, service always ""ok"". Work in a big office and have bought at least 30 cakes there in the past 8 years in addition to countless sandwiches and odds and end for office parties or meeting snacks. Today bought a pre-ordered $30 chocolate mousse birthday cake. Was told by cashier I could not take the 20 or so napkins I pinched off of an overflowing stack of napkins by the register. I said ""Excuse me?"" She told me to put them back and that I could buy a party bag of plates, forks and napkins for $3. I knew about J Pace?s penny pinching party supplies policy from experience with them but had all my party accoutrements already and figured I may just need a few extra napkins. I told the cashier that I was not in need of all the other items and just needed a few spare napkins. She said ""you can't have them they are for paying customers with subs and salads"". I said, ?I just paid $30 for a cake and you won't let me have a small stack of napkins?? My co-worker accompanying me questioned her by saying, ?We could buy a $6 sub and take as many napkins as we want but spend $30 and can't take one napkin"" she said ""Correct, that is the store policy"" I said, ?Wow, I will never come in here again?, I told my office about the napkin Nazis and discouraged anyone from ordering cakes or lunch items there again. Rebecca's, Au Bon Pain, and a plethora of places in the North End sell tasty cakes and office snacks for companies in the Financial District; they also give you free plates, forks and napkins! Overall I wanted to be fair and I gave their food a 3 rating because it is always normally good except for one moldy sandwich roll I got years ago and Service and Value a 2 because today?s experience made me ill and has blackened all their previous good ratings with me. Also thinking back to this morning, I already touched those napkins the cashier ordered me to put back, isn?t that against the board of health or something?