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Tuesday, 28 July 2015



Very nice! I saw this on zagat sd and was curious. Those are decent prices for actual food not fast/junk food.

Haha, which new place DOESN'T have the ubiquitous reclaimed wood wall?


Hey Cathy - It's always great to have another option for lunch in the area!


I never did go to this Pizza Studio before it closed (which seems strange). But this place sounds good; I'm looking to try it soon.


It's nice, good food, cc. I'd rather support a small, local place than a corporate behemoth, especially since it is so convenient. The wood walls are at least being re-used from the previous tenant and not part of a 'new' design-recycling is cool. Sad how all the hipster places trying to be 'unique' are cookie cutter: wood wall, ink and rubber stamp logos and crazy ass food items.

It's a good choice in the area, Kirk. Nothing overly fancy or unique, just tasty and fresh.

You missed nothing from not going to that Pizza Studio, Sandy; they only sold pizza and cookies, no salads...even though it opened in November and that whole 'New Year Resolution' thing was happening...just a bunch of carbohydrate mix and match choices. I hope you like Lil' Farmer; it's a good choice.

Lynn @ Oh-SoYummy

just had lunch here today after my hubby mentioned seeing it on his visit to TREK. so far i really like the multi-grain bread. my sandwich was simple but a dash of caramelized onions and cucumber and tomato is yum. i wish our cafe at work could make a sandwich like this...


So happy to hear you tried it, Lynn. Just nice food here and another local choice. We've liked the bread choices so far...and the variety of sandwich toppings have made creativity easy.

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