A new place, open for two days now, with a can't-miss location in the new Trolley Square development, right on the bike path, with a nice little patio out front. Broad cafe menu, heavy on the Italian, with pasta, panini, sandwiches, omelets and frittata. The owner is Palestinian/Syrian, and there is a small Middle Eastern section of the menu. I had a decent falafel wrap, and a good cappucino. Not necessarily a chowish place, but a good all-purpose option for the neighborhood. Everything at adjacent tables looked fresh and prepared with care, and there is a convivial, everyone-knows-everyone feel to the place already.