Definition Of cafeteria

noun

a restaurant or dining room in a school or a business in which customers serve themselves or are served from a counter and pay before eating.

Federal law states that while irradiated meat must be labeled in grocery stores, it does not have to be labeled when served in school cafeterias , restaurants or hospitals.

Example Of cafeteria

  • And in any case, isn't it better in organisational terms to encourage them to congregate around the water cooler or in the restaurants or cafeterias which, one assumes, form part of this massively expensive complex?

  • At that, she pulled out a can of root beer and one of the small cups of ice cream that the cafeteria served.

  • Bill suggests checking with churches, school cafeterias or even restaurants for waste you can use in your compost pile.

  • Cafés and cafeterias serve open-faced sandwiches with cold meats, smoked fish, or cheese as well as simple but substantial meals of meat or fish and boiled potatoes.

  • Decadent, adults-only desserts that warm over your soul provide an escape from hum-drum food found in university cafeterias and surrounding student-oriented restaurants.


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