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It's chow time' in the Dawg House Deli

By Staff
DINING AT THE DAWGHOUSE n Bully the Bulldog, left with Dean Bev. R. Norment and Monte Earlywine, owner of DT Grinders Restaurant, await the opening of the Dawg House Deli at MSU Meridian campus. Photo by Stacey Hancock/The Meridian Star
By Stacey Hancock/The Meridian Star
Nov. 30, 2000
For a small branch of a big university, Mississippi State's Meridian campus has opened its first restaurant, Dawg House Deli, with a featured menu from DT Grinders.
Prior to the restaurant's opening on Wednesday, MSU students and faculty had to go off campus or to vending machines for a quick, unsatisfying lunch. After having some of the campus' critical needs identified, Dean Bev R. Norment was convinced opening a restaurant was a good idea.
While being located outside the Starkville campus has not been a problem for the Meridian branch in terms of university status having a restaurant at the local branch does make it more like a big university.
At Starkville, food is provided through several satellite food operations from outside vendors. The Meridian campus chose a different route.
The Dawg House Deli is open Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday. For more information, contact Linda Butler, University Relations, at 484-0110.

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