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.
He opened the first National Milk Bar in Colwyn Bay with the idea of selling the milk and cream from his farm at Forden, near Welshpool, directly to the public.
The Milk Bar was run by a family of Greek Cypriots and bikers used to meet there every evening.
Most of the fixtures and fittings at Mary's Milk Bar are vintage.
It was described by director Daniela Bagnoli in March as "similar to a Cadbury Dairy Milk bar, where you have little chunks of cheese in a bar and people can tear it off and offer it to a friend".
1905 - The famous Cadbury Dairy Milk bar is launched to compete against the leading brands of Swiss milk chocolate.
The only pint in sight is of the white stuff, as this particular watering hole was Newcastle's first milk bar, which opened in Northumberland Street in October, 1935.
Frank Hughes, a Liverpool draughtsman in his late 40s, entered Capaldi's Milk Bar at 266 Smithdown Road and enjoyed a coffee and a cheroot in a window seat.
CHILDREN raised their cups to healthy snacks as they celebrated the opening of a fruit and milk bar at their school.
On the creative side, the team responsible for the TV spot was made up of Senior Copywriter and Associate Creative Director Eric Gutierrez, Senior Art Director and Associate Creative Director Randy Gerda, Broadcast Producer Heidi Molden, and Director Lara Shapiro from Milk Bar in Santa Monica, Calif.
Cadbury is best known for its Dairy Milk bar, the Creme Egg and Wispa.
CADBURY has hit choc bottom - after shrinking the size of its Dairy Milk bar by 12 per cent but keeping the price at 70p.