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On one side, there’s a quarter chicken dinner with a freshly cooked side dish. A few steps away at the 360 Grill, there’s a stir-fry of local vegetables cooked on a steaming circular grill. At the deli, there are custom-made sandwiches on four types of local bread. The bakery serves up fresh waffles and crepes made to order.
It’s not the sort of fare ever seen by the usual lunchtime crowd at Brock. But the Market is not the usual dining experience.