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Posted by Ret Monovich on 05/07/2008
No wireless is great. I can finally go in find a table and enjoy my delicious sandwich without having to worry about getting a seat. I use to see so many people in there just surfing the net all day. I would grab an AM coffee and come back for lunch and see the same people on the net sipping on a water. Well done snice I commend you and thank you for opening up the seating for true customers. For those who are complaining there is a simple solution.....pay for your own internet!
Posted by jp on 04/23/2008
I used to come to S'nice regularly to work on my laptop and eat a meal. I spent ~$10-15 each visit. Now that S'nice does not have wireless, I stopped going. Management, please bring the wireless back (it doesn't cost much to have a wireless router)! When you had wireless access, your big spice was lively. Now it's dead most of the day.
Posted by jackie on 04/20/2008
just wanted to throw in there that this place recently cancelled their wireless. so people thinking they can have a nice cup of coffee and get internet errands done, try another place. other than that, the food is great. the service is great.
Posted by vimspot on 03/15/2008
The food here is great, my favorites include - the seitan philly cheesesteak (i would get it with mozzarella if you're not vegan, the soy cheese isn't as good). - the tofu club (the key here is to get tofurkey instead of tofu, and chipotle dressing instead of thousand island). - Tri-color Panini with gorgonzola, walnuts and apples (this one is perfect as it is, very tasty and happy-making.
Posted by Jon on 03/10/2008
I've gone to s'Nice about a dozen times now - it's not particularly near my home or office, but it's near several trains, so it's a nice after-work meetup spot. Staff there is friendly and helpful (and found my scarf when I left it there). The bread quality is especially high (especially the paninis), and the other ingredients are similarly fresh and flavorful. Vegan options are plentiful, and they're not just rehashes of each other - each sandwich contains unique ingredients and flavors. My only quibble are the overpriced vegan cupcakes, but since when are vegan cupcakes not overpriced?
Posted by breanne on 02/24/2008
I eat at this place at least twice a week because I work nearby. It takes a good 5-10 minutes for the staff to make your sandwich (depending on the kind you get), but it's worth it. The menu changes seasonally (I haven't seen the Veg Pot Pie wrap available during the summer.) The portions are huge. Most of the menu is vegan. The staff has always been friendly to me. The WiFi doesn't always work, in my experience.
Posted by Lyrical on 01/02/2008
I am a regular at 'Snice because of the great food and friendly service. I just love the Vegan Panini. Most of the other sandwiches I've tried are also good. The lattes and cappuchinos are great as are the cookies. There's a variety of CD's being played and interesting artwork on the walls. 'Snice has a 1960's coffee house vibe to it. Those who have complained about ithe wifi going down or having to sit at the big tables on the weekend, I suggest you invest in Internet at home or go to a place where you pay for the Internet if you don't like being inconvienced. 'Snice is a restaurant. The wifi is an added bonus. I have had to walk out of the restaurant a couple of times because there was no place to sit, and yes there were people with computers at the smaller tables. If you want great food in a relaxed setting, go to 'Snice.