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Gourmet - David Zausner 010159825 SB113(01 One of the few...

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David Zausner 010159825 SB113 (01) One of the few services Clarkson does not offer is diverse food. The on-campus food choices are surprisingly sparse, with the main choices being Ross-Brooks, Empire Diner, and the few options at Cheel Campus Center. Restaurants off campus are often a ways of a walk, and can be relatively expensive while offering uninteresting, bland food day after day, week after week, leaving many yearning for something different and distinct. By rotating weekly offerings, Gourmet Everyday promises to make eating at Clarkson interesting again. With students and even people of the community who are interested in variety as the main target, Gourmet Everyday is sure to hit a spot when other places simply don’t satisfy. Product Quality and great tasting food is always a concern when dealing with college students. They often do not have much time to invest in eating, resulting in mostly on-campus meals, resulting in the same food getting old and boring, fast. Gourmet Everyday changes all of this by serving different themed food every week from countries across the globe that would be prepared on-site by the chefs in a style similar to the pasta bar in Cheel. The basis for each dish will be stagnant and offered with the option to customize your specific dishes with additional or fewer ingredients in addition to the base ingredients.
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