The Hawaiian expression that gives this Roscoe Village cafe its name means "lovely" or "a warm place to gather." It's a favorite saying of Shirley Garcia and Michelle Mochoruk, mother-daughter team behind the comfy counter-service spot. The menu focuses on light cafe fare and to-go items, including Labriola baked goods, salads and sandwiches made with Boar's Head meats and Red Hen bread-try the cobb salad sandwich (turkey, ham, bacon, egg, mixed greens, tomato, avocado, scallions, cheddar and blue cheese sauce on country white bread). There's also ice cream and Metropolis coffee, as well as a small grocery section offering gourmet specialty items such as pate, cheeses and olive oils. Prepared meals are available for carryout.