Good sandwiches. Prices are in line with others. Poor and fairly rude service. Workers operating phones and eating in kitchen between preparing food for customers.
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We went there after attending the National Park Service Visitor's Center about the John Adams Family. We needed something quick and popped across the street to Gunther Tooties. I had a caprice salad sandwich on a panini and my husband had a grilled veggie sandwich...More
Tasty and healthy food. Chicken cranberry goat cheese salad and iced tea hit the spot. Good location across from the visitors center.
Hard to communicate with person taking order. Sandwiches were good, served quickly. Coffee/ sandwich shop. Signage left a little to be desired. Bathrooms were difficult to access. One needed a key and to go out back into a hall reminiscent of an old school and...More
A large group of us ended up having a quick lunch here while leaving the Adams National Park Visitor Center. Food was very good for basic sandwiches and soups and salads. Service was really fast. Place was very clean. Ambience and seating sort of like...More
Close to the Adams historic tour center, near the T, good iced tea and panini. Service is average. Need a key for the restrooms.
Right in the heart of the business district. Very busy lunch place. My wife had a salmon salad. Fabulous. I had a roast beef beef sandwich and salad. Salad served with bagle bread toasted with garlic. Very reasonable, lots of people in and out.
This small restaurant is located within a block of the Quincy T station and the Adams Historical Site. Casual dining - bagels, soup, wraps, sandwiches, panini. I had the Chicken and roasted red pepper panini which took two meals to finish for about 7 dollars....More