milk bar


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milk bar

1. a snack bar at which milk drinks and light refreshments are served
2. (in Australia) a shop selling, in addition to milk, basic provisions and other items
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His first milk bar, in Upper Regent Street in London, was known then as The Meadow.
Apart from milkshakes, EJ's Milk Bar also offers cakes and locally-made Doddington Dairy Ice Cream.
The National Milk Bar is described as having 'the most relentlessly consistent retro aesthetic I've seen for ages.
We recently built a milk bar offering chilled milk and milkshakes and since then milk consumption has quadrupled.
It used to have the popular Canley milk bar attached to it.
But Phil Wells, whose family home is on the same site as the Milk Bar at Canley Ford, says any pool would be strictly for private use and is part of general plans to extend his house.
Milk bars began in Wales and were the brain child of Welsh farmer RW 'Willie' Griffiths who planned to sell milk, like beer, over a bar.
But he had his heart set on London, and with just pounds 400 to his name, he bought the Meadow milk bar in Upper Regent Street.
On Wednesday night, Welshpool businesses including WH Smith, Woolworth, National Milk Bar, NatWest, Barclays and Iceland were plastered with stickers demanding Ble Mae'r Gymraeg?
The old image of warm school milk is likely to be revolutionised in one Welsh comprehensive school as it becomes the 1,000th in the UK to install a milk bar.
Kellogg has invested 4m [pounds sterling] in an overhaul of its four-year-old Cereal &, Milk bar range.
But Charles had his heart set on London, and with just pounds 400 to his name he bought the Meadow milk bar in Upper Regent Street.