No. 6 Depot is an attractive, rustic lunch spot and coffee house. I liked the simple oak plank tables and the sandwich offerings were varied and interesting. After wavering between the porchetta panini and the Argentino (a variant on a Cubano), I settled on the latter in order not to subject my colleagues to garlic aioli breath on the 2.5 hour drive back to Rhode Island. The Argentino was tasty and well-made with nicely crisp grilled bread and filled with ham and pork shoulder and some red onion and home-made relish. It was accompanied by a fresh mesclun side salad and warm blue-corn tortilla chips. A very enjoyable lunch. No. 6 Depot is also a coffee micro-roastery, offering whole or ground beans. I didn't try any of the coffees on this visit, but the coffees smelled delicious!
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