Paradise Bakery serves a nice selection of fresh sandwiches and wraps, salads, soups, and irresistible sweets from the oven. Stand-alone locations offer breakfast items as well; breakfast is only served in the mornings. The kids' meal contains a half sandwich (grilled cheese/turkey/ham/PB&J) or mac 'n cheese, fruit, a drink, and a chocolate chip cookie. Even the pickiest of children are bound to find something they like with choices like that. Items tend to be a bit pricey and lines can be long (especially during lunch hours), but the food is top-notch, and one taste of the fire-roasted tomato soup leaves taste buds screaming for more. We've found the chocolate chip cookies that come with the sandwiches to be undercooked, but the cookies at the bakery counter are amazing. Besides a large variety of cookies, the bakery also sells brownies, carrot cake, croissants, quiche, bagels, muffins, and cinnamon rolls. Is it an ideal place for kids? We say yes for many reasons: the noise level is high (no one is likely to notice a noisy child on top of the restaurant's din), the restrooms have changing tables, the kids' meals can satisfy even picky eaters, high chairs are available, and food is prepared quickly. Also, it's easy to find foods on the menu that are both healthy and delicious - just about any parent appreciates that. The restaurant has a frequent diner card; pick one up to earn a free sandwich.