The Daily serves a familiar menu of light food, differentiated mostly by the journalistic theme reflected in its playful paperboy logo. Worthy signature sandwiches, almost all named for local and national newspapers, include the very tasty Wall Street Journal (smoked salmon, avocado, tomato, and alfalfa sprouts on thick slices of fresh pumpernickel, with an assertively tingly cucumber/wasabi dressing) and the Miami New Times, one of many vegetarian options. It's also possible to create your own sandwich or salad from a list of several dozen ingredients. And if a panini isn't your thing, dinner is also available, from taste-bud tinglers such as hummus and entrées such as seared tuna and mac 'n' cheese to a local favorite, lechón. Ingredients here are a giant step up from fast-food sandwich chains (which is why the Daily is a bit pricier), especially the impressive fresh breads, as well as sauces tasty enough you'll want to remember to ask for extra.