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snack bar

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

An eating facility where quick, light meals, refreshments, or snacks are served, usually at a counter.
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Energy and nutrient intakes are presented without the nutrients obtained from the test snackbars (Table 3) to more easily figure out potential changes in the background diet.
Another desi chef who has the US licking their fingers is chef Vishwesh Bhatt who was nominated under the category of 'Best Chef: South' for the second year running for his desi restaurant Snackbar at Oxford, MS.
She takes Jason to the snackbar and buys him a chocolate milkshake, which looks far too large for aboy his size but which he drains through a straw to the last rattlingsuck.
Perry Barr has Anne Phillips, who mans the snackbar - sometimes through gritted teeth.
There's even a decent bathroom and a snackbar at the base.
Snackbar: "Typical of Diff's Arabian Nights section of films and our mission to show the Arab experience from across the world, this film is the story of a group of young Middle Eastern-Dutch kids, hanging out in a Rotterdam suburb.
Cheeky chappie Gavin Jones bought the tin shack that had housed Caerphilly Mountain Snackbar since 1957 when he was 21 for pounds 30,000.
He moaned that customers were deserting him to go to Linda's snackbar because it was cheaper.
On this site you can search for a disability-friendly pub, restaurant, or snackbar located in any area of the United Kingdom.
Soon, though, he found himself preferring to stand at the counter of a snackbar just outside the station hail and to observe the world, looking out from inside a sanctuary that was no longer quite part of it, though usually it was situated in an exposed area with the urban bustle rallying in a semicircle around it.