Denizens of the mini design district that dominates a three-block stretch of Railway Street make this soup-and-sandwich joint their regular lunch spot. Don’t let the cafeteria-style lineup fool you, though this place caters to a demanding set. Try a chicken club with 72-hour bacon and avocado on fresh, housemade focaccia (built to order by a swamped-but-smiling staff). Or opt for their super-abundant salad bar, where you’ll point out toppings from more than 50 options. Do grab a large of the iced tea concoction, which changes daily and is kept low on the sugar-scale. Space is limited inside, so locals make impromptu picnics on the curb during summer months. The space is also HQ for a catering service that dishes decidedly pretty plates (see Railtowncatering.ca).