restaurants catering

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  • The west side of the lake has many popular restaurants catering to tourist traffic.
  • The town has several restaurants catering for Italian, Indian, Chinese and Irish cuisine.
  • Other businesses in early Washington included hotels, saloons, and restaurants catering to the needs of people passing through.
  • It consists of three small beaches, plus a few bars and restaurants catering for tourists.
  • Thane has a host of fast-food and fine-dine restaurants catering to local and global tastes.
  • The area around the church had a strong Hungarian presence, with many bookstores and restaurants catering to its tastes.
  • There are thousands of restaurants catering to vegetarians around the world.
  • On the side, he was gradually building his own catering business from scratch, at times joining his services in with the restaurants catering in order to turn over larger profits.
  • Great Barrington is home to over 55 restaurants catering to a wide spectrum.
  • There are many shops and restaurants catering to the locals and occasional visitors.
  • In Asia, it is commonly found on the menus of restaurants catering primarily to Buddhist customers who do not eat meat.
  • Tourism occupies a considerable portion of the economy with five marinas and shops and restaurants catering to the tourist trade.
  • Two months later, there were 250 stores and restaurants catering to a population of around three to four thousand, although many shops and residents soon returned to nearby Maryborough.
  • There are many kosher butcher shops and restaurants catering to the community.
  • However, there are still plenty of trendy and chic restaurants catering to international fare, especially in the BB park area.
  • The main difference between Korea and America is that Korea mainly has restaurants catering more toward a fine dining clientele, while street food trucks dominate in the US.
  • With the flourishing of tourism, Krishnanagar developed on the other end of the lake with hotels and restaurants catering to tourists.
  • There are also some halal restaurants catering to Muslim dietary preferences.
  • The street was deliberately developed by the Chaoyang District municipal government to create an area of restaurants catering to the Chaoyang District's large expat community.
  • Lexington also contains a host of small retail businesses, bed and breakfast inns, and restaurants catering to a unique mixture of local, tourist, and collegiate clientele.
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