Wasn't expecting to find a place focused on s'mores, but gotta say there may be something to handmade graham crackers and marshmallows. I mean I'd already experienced that a few times, but never served fresh, straight out of the kitchen. The location, right across the street from a big mall, is a bit odd, as is the tiny parking lot, but the experience works. Feels like an old drive-thru converted to an outdoor sit-down dessert shop (they do ice cream and hot chocolate, too-- the latter topped with enormous amounts of marshmallows), which is exactly what it is.
Dinner a bit down the road at Savory Kitchen. Pretty decent Hainan chicken and cold cucumber, the latter was actually very good if definitely different than what Din Tai Fung does. The Hainan chicken, however, fails to rise above solid, which to be fair makes sense, given they have at least three better competitors not too far west of them. And the beef tripe was much more ordinary than anything, even if the portion was ample.