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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Proposals to open a new McDonald's drive-thru are set to be discussed by the planning committee next week.
Work has only just started on the Costa drive-thru on Rugby Road, so there isn't any estimated opening date.
The nearest drive-thru is currently inLeamington on Old Warwick Road, and another in Solihull.
Visitors to Rhug who are short of time can now visit the drive-thru to purchase hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, paninis, pastries, toasties and cakes.
But now it is following in the footsteps of fast food giants with a new drive-thru positioned at the entrance to the farm, which is on the A5 near Corwen.
To complete the Jolly Store, kids can press the button on the launcher to watch Jollibee and his car move along the drive-thru lane.
It's not something expect to see in a Chick-fil-A or any drive-thru really."
If plans are allowed, the new drive-thru would add to the 16 Starbucks coffee shops which are already open in the Cardiff area.
"Provision is made for takeaway customers, both from the counter and from the drive-thru lane.
open more and as bakery's on with bake mince shops"We have successfully opened our first drive-thru and will be looking to open more in 2018 Roger Whiteside
Dedication will pay off for the very first person in the restaurant queue, who will win a year's supply of brewed coffee, while the first 50 cars through the drive-thru will also get a free coffee every day until the end of January.