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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Grand Central Market and Deli

Grand Central Market and Deli has plenty of sandwiches to choose from as well as a convenient grocery.

Grand Central Market and Deli has plenty of sandwiches to choose from as well as a convenient grocery. /Matthew Russell

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Hours : Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m., 

Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sunday - Closed

Price: $-$$

Full Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010 coverage.

Grand Central Market and Deli provides Monroe Center visitors not only an oasis of substantial sandwiches and salads made to order, but the convenience of a small grocery store, too.

The shop is open for breakfast and lunch, with coffee and other drinks available from the cooler. A long list of sandwiches are made to order, while salads and other sides are kept cool and at the ready near the deli counter.

If visitors are looking for more than a quick meal, the aisles offer both fresh produce and boxed food, frozen items, a wine selection, snacks, deli meats and cheeses and cleaning supplies to finish the job.

Seating is available for those looking to sit with their meal, but orders can be boxed up to go, too.

The ArtPrize you'll see

Grand Central Market and Deli is hosting six ArtPrize artists this year.

Janine Schmidt's piece is a collagetitled, "Intaglio Wall Hanging III."

Kenneth Hakala's "THERE IS A CRACK IN EVERYTHING" is an acrylic painting.

Geshe Ngarampa Thupten Tsondu (Tashi) is exhibiting "Sand Mandala," a performance piece that involves placing colored sand on wood.

Kate Lichtenstein's "Poprocks and Coke" is an eye-catching guitar encrusted with recyclable materials.

Andrew Jagniecki is exhibiting "Autumn Ripples," a four-piece work using carved, pigmented wood.

Jamie Trevino's piece, "Roots Intertwined at River's Edge," is a gicle of an oil and photography work.

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