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snack bar

a lunchroom or restaurant where light meals are sold.
Origin of snack bar
1890-95 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for snack bar
  • When the weather's warm, big windows open onto outdoor counters, and the place takes on the air of a snack bar at the beach.
  • The campground has a pool, water spray park and snack bar.
  • In the snack bar, empty white plastic cups stained with coffee littered the countertop.
  • Other players sat outside on a balcony, chatting, or alone at tables near the snack bar eating sandwiches.
  • The snack bar offers champagne and small, cheap, open-faced sandwiches topped with caviar or smoked salmon.
  • At the snack bar and restaurant, you can sample turtle dishes.
  • The course has a full-service pro shop and snack bar and leagues and lessons are readily available for all ages and abilities.
  • The newly constructed clubhouse provides a full-service snack bar and pro shop.
  • We also have a weight room and snack bar available for our students' convenience.
  • There is also a snack bar with a rolling cart that comes through the fair during the day.
British Dictionary definitions for snack bar

snack bar

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