I just had lunch at Fresh with fellow Foodie Report-er Lauren and Amy, another Life reporter. Ever been there? It's owned by a local guy, Jonathan Dwight, and the philosophy is great food, great life. They use natural and organic ingredients and have mostly healthful food choices.
Lauren and Amy each had veggie sandwiches, one hot and one cold. But it was my giant house ($5.48) salad that they envied. I actually left with half the sourdough roll that came with it, plus half the salad.
When Fresh first opened, they only sold natural sodas. They've since added Coke and Diet Coke, for those in need of a jolt at lunch. The food is pretty good, it's a locally owned business, and -- they say -- they practice green business practices. (Though I might suggest that they offer nondisposible silverware and glasses.) This is the kind of place where you'll leave sated but not stuffed.
The menu has changed a bit from the one that's online. I wish they still offered tofu, but I saw it neither on the menu nor among the salad toppings.
Where do you go for fresh, light food for lunch?