First of all, you need to snag whatever baked goods look interesting before they sell out (I had my eye on strawberry pastry but by the time I realized I had room for dessert, they were gone!). Second, know that this is a stand in line to order, then find a table and plant your "food flag" so the servers can deliver the goods. Third, the quality of food is wonderful. My friend had the chicken and pickle sandwich which she loved. I had the quiche of the day (yellow squash and onion) which was flavorful while my husband opted for traditional breakfast which was also excellent. Freshly squeezed OJ is always a hit. Strange iced tea - cloudy vs clear - but it was delicious (and I consider myself a bit of an iced tea snob if that isn't a contradiction in terms). The highlight though was that lemon basil cookie - a sugar cookie with texture and an explosion of sugary goodness. We plan to order some in advance of our next family gathering. Will definitely be back, echoing the joyous cries from other patrons.