A convenient place to get breakfast or lunch if you work in the vicinity. A little pricey at times (I could easily spend $10/day) but quality is pretty good.
Their breakfast items are decent. Lots of cheese on the breakfast sandwiches, sausage is savory, bacon is circular (!), but egg could be fluffier. Silver dollar pancakes are pretty good. When available, get their apple-filled pastries when they are warm. SO good.
As for lunch, I really enjoy their daily sandwich specials. The ciabatta rolls are great, the fresh mozzarella, salami, and basil Calabrese is garlicky but worth the stink. The Zesty chicken goes fast. Overall, their hot sandwiches are very well made. All sandwiches come with a small bag of Lays and a pickle included.
Soups change on a daily basis except for chili. The chili has beef and chicken and is very hearty. Their soups can be hit or miss. The crab bisques are usually good, especially with kernels of fresh corn in there.
The place can get a bit smoky from the grill and cold from keeping the doors open to let out the smoke. They have some seating available inside and out. Service is great. They know the regulars and have a good assembly line going to fill orders efficiently. For added convenience, they take orders via phone or fax and cater with 24 hours advance notice.
As a side note: LOVE the guy who dances with the sandwich board to advertise during lunch. People who go on Honda hill should recognize him. He rocks out like a spaz with cd player in hand, whipping around his crazy mop of hair. Beware, if you happen to look in his direction, he covers his face and screams a la Michael Jackson in "Black or White".