Stock Market Blues

Dish on Market, 434 W. Market St., has decided to have some fun with the turbulent stock market. The eatery is tying its prices to the S&P 500, a key index of major stocks.

“We hear from our customers how frustrated they are the market is taking a dip,” says co-owner Anderson Grissom. “As they’re watching it go down, at least they can have a nice dinner.”

The prime rib price is the S&P index in pennies, so for example “if the market closes, say, at 1132.75, our price for the evening would be $11.32,” explains Grissom. …

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