Looks nice. We'll see how it holds up in the long run. But I think the phrase "well-to-do suburb area" about sums it up for why this would even have a chance of succeeding. In our state our public schools are having a hard enough time employing good full time teachers to lower the classroom rate of student to teacher, updating learning materials, and other basic school functions. Unfortunately a large proportion of the student body is on a free meal program along with parents needing to send boxes of supplies at the beginning of each school year with basic items that should already be available. While it would be nice to have a coffee shop and vegan or ethnic dishes served university style I just don't see a major switch to that anytime soon with our current situations.Then again if there were more school cafeterias like this, just maybe kids might want to eat better.