I took my mom here. She never likes anything with fruit or vegetables, or anything even remotely healthy, yet she loved it here! They have quality food made from fresh local ingredients, portion sizes are generous, and the menu has choices for everyone. And you can taste many of the choices to see if you like it before you commit.I normally don't like tomato soup, but Zoës' tomato basil soup is so delicious, it is more like a pasta sauce. The fresh basil gives it zing and the melting mozzarella they put on top is gooey, like eating pizza fresh out of the oven. It's served with warm, freshly baked pita pieces. Yum!We over-ordered. It would have been very easy to eat the soup and share one dish. But we ordered the Quinoa Salad and the Veggie Pita Pizza, which came with a very large "side" of Greek salad. Everything was stupendous, and their Greek salad really rocks. . .especially the housemade dressing they have. Bottles of it are on every table. So we had plenty to take home.Because everything came out at once and we didn't have time to eat our soup, they generously gave us 2 desserts to try. . .a piece of homemade chocolate cake and their outrageously delicious chocolate chip cookie. That cookie was sinful! HUGE, with giant chocolate chunks rather than chips. So much for my healthy salad option! Oh why did he do that? I won't be able to go there now without getting that cookie! To be shared by many for sure!I've eaten at Zoës Kitchen at other locations and they were also excellent. Give it a try. You'll be glad you did.