The Nosh Olé Mexican-Jewish Café is a restaurant, set 10 years in the future, owned by Vivian Garcia-Shapiro. Her daughter Isabella Garcia-Shapiro worked there during her teen years, until she graduated high school and went off to college.
The cafe has pastel yellow walls on the outside, showing some wear revealing the brick structure under the walls. The building has a brown shingled roof and a large display in the front with the restaurant's name. There's also a dreidel hanging above the sign. The front of the building is decorated with arches, multiple windows and potted plants. There are double glass doors framed in wood with a lantern on either side of the door. The color scheme of the building is green, orange and blue. The floor of the entrance appears to be tiled cobblestone, connecting the sidewalk to the doorway.
Inside, the flooring consists of yellow tiles and the walls are a similarly colored yellow-orange with a white trim. There are two restrooms to the right, one for men and one for women, with maroon colored doors. The booths have blue colored seats over a wooden frame and red tables, both with a similar triangular pattern imprinted on them. Above each table is a hanging green semi-sphere shaped light. There's an oak wooden host desk right by the door with a white telephone on top of it and a white shelf on the side holding beige-colored menus. There's also a green rotatable lamp set on the surface. The walls are decorated with paintings and pictures and with potted plants.
- Vivian Garcia-Shapiro
- Isabella Garcia-Shapiro (formerly)
- Unnamed waitress
- Pumpkin pie
- Mashed potatoes