(Mayville) A Mayville restaurant is being recognized as the newest Blue Zones Project Approved Worksite in Dodge County. The Meating Place, located inside the Mayville Golf Course, received the designation for their commitment to supporting the well-being of their customers. Co-Owner Randy Hurst says they have seen what Blue Zones has done in the community and how partnering with them could elevate the experience for customers. General Manager Ryan Hurst says just like the game of golf, they wanted to make sure their menu reflected having option for everyone. The Meating Place has added healthy plant-based food options, denoted on the menu with a blue check mark. The restaurant sources locally grown fruits and vegetables to feature on their seasonal menu. Salad dressings and condiments are served on the side when appropriate and guests have the option of splitting meals at no extra charge. The business has also installed a bicycle rack to encourage customers and employees to move naturally. The Blue Zones Project, sponsored by Marshfield Medical Center – Beaver Dam, is a community-led well-being improvement initiative designed to make healthy choices easier through permanent changes to environment, policy, and social networks.