I was greeted before my hand let go of the door by a friendly young face. The bakery case was full of croissants, pastries, and artisan breads. The young lady told me they baked on the premises from 3am until noon everyday for fresh whenever you order food. I had a sandwich called a TomTom and a Turkey Gorganzola Salad. It took a bit of time (maybe 15-20min) but for what I got, I would definately go back again even if it took longer. This sandwich was huge! Probably the best toasted sandwich I ever had. It was a turkey, artichoke, and brie sandwich on fresh sun-dried tomato bread. The salad was big as my head and I had to take most of it home. (And I'm a big guy.) I can't wait to go back as I saw lots of people ordering these Tuscan Pizzas. They look amazing. Very thin, no sauce, pesto and farm fresh tomatoes with all kinds of cheese and toppings. Oh, and apparently, the owner is some kind of coffee expert, so their coffee is exceptionally good and guaranteed to be the freshest in Champaign county. I took a bag of their Villa Reserve home and my whole kitchen smells like a coffeehouse now.