dining area

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an area arranged for dining

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Enjoy the comfort of condo-style suites, most complete with all the comforts of home from spacious living and dining areas to private bedrooms and fully equipped kitchens.
The extension will create additional seating to the existing venue, a dedicated dining area with an additional bar, a luxury events space, private dining facilities and an experimental cocktail club discreetly hidden in the basement.
The flat has a fitted kitchen, dining area and a bed with its own bathroom.
Club seat holders who buy alcohol in the south indoor dining area would not be able to take the drinks to the outdoor club area adjacent to the dining area.
The dining area gives access to the garden, which includes an impressive decking space.
Checklist ADDRESS: Cherrytrees, Coventry Road, Bulkington, Coventry AGENT: Suttons PRICE: PS269,950 KEY FEATURES: Three/four bedrooms Large gardens and garage Lounge and dining area Converted loft area
WELL MAINTAINED The building, formerly home to Amalfi, caters for 80 covers MIX OF STYLES The dining area blends contemporary decor with a rustic Italian feel
Feng Asian Bistro, which will be opening in the Shoppes at Blackstone Valley next month, requested to have an outside dining area and to extend the liquor license to serve alcoholic beverages in that area.
Part-glazed folding doors at the rear of the dining area lead to a fitted utility area with inset sink and wall cupboards and a fully fitted guest cloakroom, which also houses a wall-mounted gas combi boiler.
Gourmet legend Balducci's has a new flagship in the historic New York Savings Bank building and will soon offer a dining area at 81 Eighth Avenue and 4th Street.
On the sea side, the first (living) bay is closed by a fireplace between flanking windows; the dining area in the next bay opens through sliding doors onto a terrace sheltered by a boundary wall sloping forward from the end of the garage and folding into a solid sea-front balustrade.
Each neighborhood dining area is equipped with a residential-sized refrigerator, a hutch, and tables arranged to allow for the rolling buffet.
To open up the view corridor, San Francisco architects Suzanne Greischel and William Stout removed interior partitions and the stairway, making room for a new dining area close to the view and adjacent to the living room.
The kitchen/dining area - the dining area has low windows and patio doors onto the garden and a lantern roof which keeps it bright.