snack bar


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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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The snack bar itself displays HistoryPoints QR codes, enabling customers and passers-by to read about the building's connection to Cardiff's onceextensive tram system.
Its Rice Krispie and Frosties Snack Bars also scored high in both sugar and fat categories.
Lawyers for Sir Lindsay claimed the chip stall and snack bar was "built without permission and operated in complete illegality" for eight years.
They objected after Cllr Townshend slipped in the snack bar changes at the last minute when taking a wider decision about the use of St Mary's Hall.
Doris Garten, along with Louise and Jimmy Bass, have worked at the snack bar for nearly a year through a cooperative program between the college and the state's Business Enterprise Program.
The company will collect the chocolate- and fruit-flavored snack bars made from March 6 to June 5 at its Wajiki factory in the prefecture, a company spokesman said.
Kit Crawford, co-CEO of Clif Bar & Company, is the inspiration behind CLIF Kit's Organic, a new snack bar made with 100 percent organic fruit and nuts.
But the toilets are now set to reopen after an arrangement was made with Hayes Island Snack Bar.
In 1950 the building was transformed into a snack bar and has become a Cardiff landmark having appeared on Doctor Who.
A couple of years ago I started to make vegan snack bars at home for family days out; I named them AliKat bars after my daughters' names (Alison and Kathryn).
The mum-of-four said: "I have only been running the snack bar for six months and I wanted to do something special for Christmas.
The smash in the westbound lanes at around 4pm involved a car and a snack bar trailer, and saw oil run down Rhuallt Hill.