Jus' Mac owners Patrick and Kimberly Alvarez have opened their inventive new pasta haven in the former Yale Street Coffee House,to anxious crowds ready and waiting to try one of the almost 20 macaroni and cheese recipes, from the All-American (colby jack and American cheese) to the Popeye (fresh spinach, onions, and mushrooms topped with mozzarella and parmesan) to the Pit Master (brisket with colby jack and barbecue sauce). The toppings and additions may be elaborate, but the essential mac and cheese is made from a highly-guarded 80-year-old family recipe. It has a nice texture and thickness, the crunchy parmesan works well on top and the toppings are proportioned well. Kimberly Alvarez said the offerings could rotate seasonally and that they'll have wheat and gluten-free pasta options. There's also a couple salads and some mac and cheese appetizers, like a fried ball of mac and a mac and cheese spring roll, as well as beer and wine available.