Caffe 680 has now reopened by the owners of Sassy Onion. Click here for the most recent review.
From the folks who brought you Mill Creek Station & Catering, here comes Caffe 680, a small cafe/deli/bistro in the new red-brick business complex just north of Costco. The recently opened cafe is small with seating for maybe 20, and has a coffee menu and a lunch menu with sandwiches, soup, and salads. Prices are typical bistro prices at $7-9 for a sandwich and chips or $8-12 for various salads.
The sandwich I had today - "The Little Italy" - was very good, although it got a little greasy because it was toasted (or heated somehow to melt the cheese). For $9 it was served with fresh spinach, peppers, tomatoes, cheese, salami, pepperoni, and turkey. Like this one, it appears that most of the sandwiches are served on a baguette. You'll notice from the picture that there's no pickle on my plate. Why won't these places serve me a pickle? Sure, not everyone likes pickles. But I do, and I want a pickle with my sandwich. Dill please.
Caffe 680 menu