Opened by the late Susan Campoy in 1985, San Marino café has since expanded in size and scope with the help of her daughters. The restaurant boasts vine-covered arches, a spacious covered patio, and a market with well-stocked shelves and display cases. Julienne serves two meals, including a potential breakfast of grilled filet mignon with eggs, and pumpkin pancakes with pear apple compote and crystallized ginger butter. For lunch, they offer soups, salads, and sandwiches, plus entrees like Tuscan meatloaf with spicy tomato chutney. The grab-and-go gourmet market sells prepared foods and plus raw materials like jam, olive oil, and honey.