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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times reports the Rockport-Fulton High School prom will be held April 28 in the food court at La Palmera mall in Corpus Christi.
The Coconut Club: Singapore’s filled with hawker centres, outdoor food courts selling cheap-but-delicious classics like prawn noodles and nasi lemak, one of the region’s signature dishes.
Most will be familiar to anyone who has seen the food court boom in Manhattan.
With the rise of the modern food court at Pine Street Market, The Zipper and Portland Food Hall, top chefs have leapt into the fast-casual game, offering close-in workers some of the city’s best burgers, pizza and more, all at reasonable prices.
The store, the first in Idaho under that Albertsons’ brand, will focus on fresh products and a food court geared for foodies.
Thompson and Simon spokesman Les Morris said the redevelopment of the food court space is expected to attract new restaurants to the interior of the mall in addition to providing a more pleasant public space for people to meet and relax.
Jack, Kevin, Miguel, and soon even Randall are chatting at the food court.
The food court, which may turn out to be two restaurants, will be operated by 3 Local Brothers, whose holdings include The Barrel Room in Rancho Bernardo and several Urge Gastropubs.
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Definition of food court for English Language Learners
: an area within a building (such as a shopping mall) where there are many small restaurants that share a large area of tables for their customers
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