Breakfast and lunch: We stopped by Baby's on Fire for a late lunch. The Albini panini ($9) was really delicious. The pressed sandwich was stacked with prosciutto, kale, pesto and mozzarella on country white bread. Another panini, The Bird ($9), was good, too. Turkey, mozzarella, roasted red peppers and sun-dried tomato aioli were stuffed between slices of multigrain bread. The sandwiches come with a small bag of chips (including Cape Cod potato chips or sea-salt garden veggie crisps) or fruit (red apples were available on our visit). We also dug into Thai peanut noodles ($4.50), a colorful pasta dish that had just the right amount of nuttiness. The food is served in disposable containers.