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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Beginning in April, all JetBlue Mint travelers will receive a pre-arrival Milk Bar signature cookie in a custom gift box.
When you opened the first Momofuku Milk Bar in the East Village, there was an ever-present line out the door.
Steve Ebanks of Cyber Candy in Bull Street, Birmingham, with a British Cadbury Dairy Milk bar and the classic American Hershey's bar
If one comes to Miura Waffle Milk Bar with reasonable expectations and ignores the hype the restaurant has been featured on TV show "Gotta Eat Here"--the experience can be decent.
The decline of Milk Bars started as fast food restaurants opened.
My wife remembers waiting outside with a few of her friends to meet the lads after band practice and we would probably go to Farmer Giles' milk bar in The Burges (no beer in those days).
Chocs away: All in the name of supporting Team GB, Cadbury has launched a limited-edition Cadbury Dairy Milk bar containing blank postcards so fans can send messages of support to their favourite athletes.
Cadbury's launched the Dairy Milk bar in 1905 and bought Frys soon after.
In the 1960s, the National Milk Bar was the only eatery in Welshpool but it now faces competition from 25 other food outlets in a town with a population of only 8,000.
Whether you indulge in an Espresso Dark, Orange Dark or Mocha Milk bar (2.25 oz., $2.99; 3.25 oz., $3.69), both your body and conscience will feel better, knowing that the cocoa is from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms.
The boom CHOCO boom Dairy-Free Rice Milk Bar contains 230 calories, 17 grams of fat, no cholesterol, 25 mg sodium, 21 grams carbohydrates, 1 gram of fiber and 1 gram of protein.
MY MEMORIES of Shirley in the late 50s and early 60s was riding my motorbike with my mates to Shirley Milk Bar on the Stratford Road, which now I believe is the Shirley Temple Restaurant.