While the name could lead to some confusion over what is within the walls, that confusion should last no longer than it takes to cross the threshold and see the array of treats. Combine it with the coffee, and options rivaling any standalone shops, Innominate is the spot to take a break as you make your way to or from the mountain or the nearby campground.While there were several sweet treats, there were also a couple of different kinds of savory frittatas. Those were probably my least favorite things. Just the right size, the small, maybe one or two-bites of egg and filling, were good for a taste without the commitment, but I found them almost bland, despite the fillings, and when cool, too rubbery. I'd skip them the next time.The ginger-snap cookies, three for the price of the larger cookies, were good. The crispy, spicy cookies hit the spot for our late afternoon tea later. Along with those cookies, I added a couple of muffins to the to-go box. The chocolate toffee muffin was dense, moist, and not at all sweet. We thought they were perfect with coffee the next day.The coffee choices were the same as found at any coffeeshop and although it was good, it didn't wow me. I'd still get it again, though.Oh, and the people? Top-notch service. There were several regulars who stopped in, visitors passing through, or some with to-go orders like mine, and each was treated as a friend and valuable customer.