As for the car itself, I don't like it. It defaults to "Eco Mode" which mean accelerating required a couple of miles to reach highway speeds. The gear lever looks like a toy and the layout is certainly non-standard. I hate the split in the rear window that cuts visibility and required a double-take when adjusting the mirrors. There are too many buttons that look and feel the same so it takes concentration to change the radio station versus lowering the temperature. Too many ports are hidden. The running lights are too dim when the headlights are on. But I did get good gas mileage. Even at ~65mpg, I still don't think it's worth the aggravation of having to actually drive that piece of crap.
Anyway, I skipped lunch during my layover so food is needed. It looks like I'm not too far from a small shopping center that should be helpful in this regard. (Since this didn't post yesterday, I can add that there was a Ruby Tuesday in that shopping center. There were a few of the usual problems such as unlisted tomato ingredients, soda lines crossed, and a lack of silverware, but they did have the Nadal-Del Potro game on, so it wasn't all bad.)