drive-thru


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drive-thru

a. a takeaway restaurant, bank, etc. designed so that customers can use it without leaving their cars
b. (as modifier): a drive-thru restaurant
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Harvey's New York Bar & Grill, which already runs a restaurant in Llandudno and drive-thru in Rhuddlan, is now building its next site on Caernarfon Road in Bangor.
Starbucks has launched its second drive-thru outlet in Wales by opening a store at the Waterton Retail Park in Bridgend.
SG Blocks is designing an eco-friendly 640 s/f drive-thru store that will allow Farm Stores to undertake an aggressive new store campaign.
WTVF-TV reports thousands of dollars in cash packaged for a bank deposit had been placed in a paper to-go bag near the drive-thru orders on Tuesday morning.
Renovations will enable the drivers of two vehicles to order at the same time, increasing the drive-thru capability from 100 customers an hour to 150.
So determined and, it seems, extremely hungry he went home, picked up his car, drove back to the drive-thru, reordered, picked up his burger, exited the drive-thru, got spotted by the police, got breathalysed and ended up losing his licence for 20 months.
s over-the-wall gang by eight points after nine rounds of the McDonald's Drive-Thru Pit Championship.
The drive-thru mentality has reconfigured today's marketplace.
based company's existing 103 drive-thru Farm Stores in Florida to Express Markets that have better product selection, sizes and competitive prices.
Panasonic, an industry leader in reliable food services solutions, today published a new case study highlighting Desert de Oro Foods' successful deployment of the Attune[R] drive-thru communications system, which has improved drive-thru efficiency and increased overall customer satisfaction.
Today is National Drive-Thru Day, following closely on National Junk Food Day.