Inside the New Common Man Roadside Market & Deli
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Common Man Roadside is known for merging old style elements with modern service and equipment. At 3,500 square feet and 12 fueling positions, the chain's newest store, opened in July in Manchester, N.H., is a perfect example. Here's a look inside ...
A made-to-order, open kitchen runs the width of the store, including six modern digital menu boards.
Hand-painted section signage gives the store an air of yesteryear charm. Board-clad walls are covered with reclaimed wood from real barns, some dating back 80 years.
A beer cave, cooler doors and warm rack stock dozens of local and nationally branded alcohol options.
Coffee drinks, pizza, burgers and more are available made-to-order or self-serve.
Common Man-branded products run the gamut from fresh-brewed coffee to popcorn, candy, ready-to-drink coffee, wine and more.
An arched ceiling is painted with sky and clouds, while the checkout area with a distressed corrugated overhang is meant to emulate a 100-year-old store to fit the historic neighborhood. The checkout counter includes three registers to keep customer moving during busy times.
A bakery rack displays dozens of homemade treats, including mixed berry tarts, Mississippi mud pies, apple cider doughnuts and more.
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