Today I went to Cafe’ Latte for lunch. As I slid my tray along in the line of hungry lunch-goers, the smells and colors beckoned to me. Soups, salads, sandwiches, desserts—so much to choose from! I chose a pasta chicken salad that had tomatoes, spring greens, zucchini pieces, parsley, bowtie pasta, and a balsamic vinaigrette dressing. I also got a roll with Kalamata olives baked into it. Since I make an artisan bread of the same kind, I decided to try theirs. Delicious! The restaurant was busy and noisy. I went up the upper level with my hubby and we found a table for two. I like the upper level– the natural lighting and whimsical colorful artwork provide a nice backdrop for great food. After we finished our lunches, I saved the table and he went downstairs to check out the desserts. A few minutes later, a Kahlua cheesecake was set in front of me—- divine. A rich coffee flavor, plenty of whipped cream topping with chocolate-coated coffee beans for decoration. Yummmm! I was so into eating it, I didn’t bother to draw it! As I descended the stairs, I noticed a framed photo of the Soup Nazi from the Seinfeld show, it looked like it had an autograph. A fitting picture right over their soup area. Such a fun place!