Alfred State’s newest dining location, The Fresh Market and Café at 10 Elm , marked its grand opening last week.
The newly remodeled dining location (called ‘10 Elm’ for short) blends the ‘grab-n-go’ convenience of fresh and frozen entrée options with a comfortable dining experience that offers traditional and healthy food favorites to students and campus visitors alike.
10 Elm began operating at the start of the fall semester. Located on the Alfred campus, it replaces the former dining location, The Peach Pit. Menu items at 10 Elm include made-to-order fresh sandwiches, wraps, and salads and over 50 items to choose from to customize an entree – everything from wasabi mayonnaise to dried cranberries. Homemade soups and crispy homemade potato chips are also available.
10 Elm is offered to Alfred State through Auxiliary Campus Enterprises & Services (ACES) , a not-for-profit corporation that also provides Alfred State’s dining services, campus bookstore, transportation, vending, and laundry services.
The ribbon-cutting event at 10 Elm was attended by (from left) Alfred State’s Executive Vice President Val Nixon, Director of Technology Services Mike Case, English Professor Terry Morgan, student Kyle Klapper, 10 Elm Manager Christine Loper, and ACES Executive Director David Sengstock.