You'd think that for a $7 sandwich, they'd at least have somewhere for you to sit and enjoy it. Not at Great Harvest Bread Co. downtown. Not only are there only 6 stools in the windows to sit at, the place is probably 85 degrees, humid and noisy. Can't really fault them though, they bake their own tasty bread all day. I ordered the spicy southwest turkey sandwich, which came grilled on homemade foccacia bread. It was tasty, with a fiery chipotle mayonnaise and roasted peppers and onions. It can be sort of hectic in there, especially during the lunch rush. You sort of mill around the counter, bumping into people and asking, "are you in line?" After ordering, you continue to stand around the small space waiting for your order. It's not the easiest layout, but you get fresh warm bread to munch on while you wait, and the sandwiches are tasty. Great Harvest is a nice downtown lunch option, but only if you're getting it to go.
Reviewed by JCB