coffee stall

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a stand (usually movable) selling hot coffee and food (especially at night)

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Martha Drummond, 51, will lose her pitch at Ayr station after First Scotrail bosses branded the coffee stall a health hazard.
They have probably been fighting since they were toddlers," said Robinson of brothers running a coffee stall business.
It is winter, the lamps are still lit, but on the corner there is a coffee stall keeper serving out hot coffee to a dustman whose dust van stands a short distance away.
Susan and Ange are also mindful of the environment and to cut down on litter the coffee stall will offer a 25% discount if people bring their own mugs.
Holzherr showed his business acumen by setting up a successful coffee stall on the Aston University campus.
And here is a group of majorettes livening up the proceedings, parading in the Haymarket, in the city centre, in front of the Rag Week coffee stall.
She was up for eviction for wildly over- calculating the amount of milk needed for an impromptu coffee stall for one day.
For any group so bedevilled, this means it is always scratching around for people to man the bar or the coffee stall, to do front-of-house or help behind the scenes.
Lichfield Market also has a fresh coffee stall where beans are ground on the spot and a cheese and game pie stall selling genuine Melton Mowbray pies and dairy produce.
As a measure of how sophisticated things have become: My friend and I stopped for a coffee at the counter of a coffee stall in Powerscourt.
Norman is spreading the word on the caffeine craze from a lively coffee stall in Morrison Place, Edinburgh.
George, who in later life ran a tea and coffee stall in Cardiff Docks, was one of a select band of jockeys to have ridden in both the Epsom Derby and the Aintree Grand National.
The couple's only previous experience of catering was running a cake and coffee stall.
They will have their own registration point, a tea and coffee stall and toilets.
Macmillan receives a percentage of the sales, and the committee runs a coffee stall and raffle.