|Opening in April 2009 on the site of the former Eatcetera (they still retained their frozen yogurt machines), "eat" still seems the theme at this Financial District salad and panini shop. (Without the cured meats for sale, it ain't no gastronomia/deli.) It's an open space with vast ceilings and signage climbing up the walls in back. For seating, they have a smaller area of modern stools and high tables. And they serve espresso: Mr. Espresso, in fact, from a two-group, old school Faema machine with Mr. E branding. They pull relatively large shots with a crema on the pale side, but it's of a decent thickness. It has a stronger, potent flavor of pepper and tobacco, and it's served in rare "Mr. Espresso Collection '95" Nuova Point cups. There are even large bags of Mr. Espresso beans for sale.