The Market-C menu puts all the finest culinary creations from Cheevers Café, Iron Starr Urban Barbeque, Red PrimeSteak, and Cheevers Catering in one place—a remodeled Phillips 66 station on Route 66. Rubbed in a blend of seven different peppers, lemon zest, and fresh rosemary, the crispy half-roasted chicken ($5.95 each) is Market-C's most popular menu item. Fast approaching it in popularity is the newcomer, beef wellingtons ($2 each). Seafarers, on the other hand, will dig fresh Atlantic salmon crusted with Oklahoma pecans and topped with maple soy sauce ($11.99 each). Pair any of the foodie finds with gourmet sides, sauces, and snacks such as jicama slaw ($2.95), Market monkey bread ($5.95), or Oklahoma caviar ($6.95). For dessert, try the Market-C loaded brownie ($4.95 each)—which uses a cake-batter recipe and tops the creation with a layer of gooey caramel and Callebaut chocolate chips—or a nostalgic orange Dreamsicle cupcake ($2 each). Befitting its perch on the nation's Mother Road, Market-C's beverages come from all over, including Sioux City Sarsparilla ($1.95) and Dublin Dr. Pepper ($1.95), which still uses the original, pure cane-sugar recipe instead of the deweaponized nerve-toxins currently favored by the soft-drink industry.