Full-service restaurant means a restaurant at which waiters and waitresses deliver food and drink offered from a printed food menu to patrons at tables or booths.
More Definitions of Full-service restaurant
Full-service restaurant means a place which is regularly and in a bona fide manner used and kept open for the serving of at least lunch and dinner to guests for compensation and which has suitable kitchen facilities connected therewith, containing conveniences for cooking an assortment of foods which may be required for such meals. The sale or service of sandwiches (whether prepared in a kitchen or made elsewhere and heated up on the premises) or snack foods shall not constitute a full-service restaurant.
Full-service restaurant means an eating and drinking establishment which has most of the following characteristics: products sold are generally consumed within an enclosed structure at tables and/or at a counter; taking food and drink from the restaurant is purely incidental, except for limited take-out service which uses the same kitchen as the main restaurant and has a similar menu; food is served using non-disposable containers and utensils; and consumption of food in vehicles on the premises is discouraged by the nature of the service. A restaurant may or may not have a separate area, i.e., cocktail lounge, where alcoholic beverages are served without full food
Full-service restaurant means a place that: (1) is primarily, regularly and in a bona fide manner used and kept open for the serving of at least dinner to guests for compensation; and (2) has kitchen facilities containing conveniences for cooking an assortment of foods that may be required for those meals; and (3) obtains a minimum of sixty-seven percent of its gross receipts from the sale of meals and other food and drink non-alcoholic products; and (4) submits evidence of total meal and other non-alcoholic product sales to county officials upon request for purposes of determining its status under this ordinance . A place that sells or serves only sandwiches (whether prepared in a kitchen or made elsewhere and heated up on the premises) or only snack foods, or both, is not a full-service restaurant .