-3 Snaps! Try it. You might like it.
The Independent is former gas station nestled on its corner in the heart Seminole Heights. I stopped in for lunch and had the Turkey, Brie, and Apple Croissant ($7.50). The sandwich was fairly small and built on a store bought croissant. It had a generous helping of turkey and tasty creamy brie, but was a little stingy with the thin sliced green apples. I would rate the sandwich about a 5 on a scale of 10.
The tasty Indie side salad, which accompanies many of the meals, has fresh greens and a sweet poppy dressing with blue cheese sprinkles on top. Craft beer is clearly their strong suit, with a big ever-changing selection in the bottle and on draft and a staff of knowledgeable barkeeps. They also offer a decent yet limited wine list and a great variety of nonalcoholic beverages. With a casual atmosphere and friendly service I'd go back and give them another shot on the food.
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