I've been meaning to post a mini-review of this newish "family-focused bakery and cafe."
Encouraged by a LivingSocial deal, and a good friend in the area, I've been here twice now with my little ones (age 4 and 18 months) for lunch. This is a bakery with excellent coffee and tea beverages and a nice, if small, selection of sandwiches made to order, all served with a tossed green salad ($8-9).
The big draw for this place is it's a great spot if you have young children - lots of highchairs, a little play-kitchen area in the front window, and a large bathroom with change table, step stool, etc. The children's menu includes the "kindercino" which is steamed milk with rainbow sprinkles for $1 and a ham and cheese sandwich on a large, bread pretzel for $3. And of course lots of cookies, etc. I noticed on my last visit that they also offer baking classes for children.
I wish somewhere like this would open on the Westside but until then SweetSalt is hitting the spot.
*I haven't tried any of the sweet bakery items so can't comment on the quality but they look like they might be a bit dry.