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snack bar

a place where light meals or snacks can be obtained, often with a self-service system

snack bar

An eating facility where quick, light meals, refreshments, or snacks are served, usually at a counter.
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A ROADSIDE cafe owner who faces closure last night warned that plans to ban snackbars along a sec-tion of North Wales' main trunkroad would be unworkable.
A quick glance at a website advertising businesses for sale in Cyprus currently had listed in Paphos a bookshop, a deli, fruit and veg business, as butcher's, a bakery, a florist/wedding business, and several snackbars, restaurants and hotels.
Roadside snackbars have been a sore point in some counties, especially in the area around Rhuallt Hill, close to the Denbighshire-Flintshire boundary.
Likewise the plethora of themed restaurants, snackbars and the special themed breakfast where you can enjoy your croissants and coffee with Captain Hook, Pluto or even Mickey Mouse offers magical moments for not only the young.
Die gro[Beta]te Anzahl der Mittagessen (33,6%) wurde im Jahr 1999 in Finnen- und Schulkantinen serviert; Bars und Snackbars verkauften 2%.
Her van and two other snackbars on the sprawling estate get their custom from workers and lorry drivers making deliveries and pick-ups.
Already it is being used in bread, pizzas, hams, snackbars, spreads, popcorn, cheese, dips, fillings, sausages, seafoods, ready-meals, salad dressings, dehydrated soups and snacks.
At other public places like restaurants, ice-cream parlours and snackbars a corner of the space is often separated by a curtain or partition to reserve that for women's use.
leave the ubiquitous snackbars and hotdogs of Paris unscathed (cf.
And here, you can seeYear 2 pupils James Jones,Jonathan Wilson,Ria Short,Ben Walker, Kate Topple and Rhiannon Jones with shiny apples and mouth wateringly healthy snackbars.
Last year, we sold more than 10 million of our "Geobar" snackbars through supermarkets alone.