The reason Lunchtime Global in the First National Building has been going strong since the late 90s is because it's hardly your typical grab-and-go spot: a genuinely international menu is made in-house and has impressive range. House-baked breads support filling sandwiches like tahini-soaked falafel and oven-roasted turkey with creamy brie. In the mood for soup? The rotating list of specials are updated regularly and make for globe-trotting flavor tours, from African peanut soup to Brazilain seafood stew. Still, if you want what you know, count on familiar recipes like tomato-basil and chicken noodle, too.