Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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foo bar

a cafe where citizens can promulgate their halfbaked ideas
 
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The Cathedral Cafe, your friendly neighborhood foo bar...
JRspewing, Aug 10 2004

FOOed! http://www.fooed.com.au/
[PiledHigherandDeeper, Oct 04 2004]

Foo....? http://dictionary.r...ce.com/search?q=foo
[swimr, Oct 04 2004]

F.U.B.A.R. http://whatis.techt...9_gci748437,00.html
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Oct 04 2004]

The Fubar http://www.clg.co.uk/fubar/home.aspx
[Jinbish, Oct 04 2004]

Foo Bar Etymology http://www.pwg.org/...rmail/ipp/1312.html
Is it Foobar, fubar or foo bar? [goff, Oct 04 2004]

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       At last check, freedom of peaceful assembly is one of the more worldwide of the 22 or so guarantees in the US Bill of Rights. So the idea here is ... ?
dpsyplc, Aug 10 2004
  

       The idea apparently is a halfbakery-themed cafe.
5th Earth, Aug 11 2004
  

       F.U.B.A.R. [link]   

       The Fubar [link]
A somewhat infamous club in Stirling, Scotland, that I have blissfully never went to. In that respect it is kind of like "Clatty Pat's" (which is the colloquial name for "Cleopatra's" in Glasgow).
Jinbish, Aug 11 2004
  

       2 fries, I always heard SNAFU, situation normal, all...
dentworth, Aug 11 2004
  

       Foo bar Fighters.
skinflaps, Aug 11 2004
  

       2 fries - yes, for the one you're talking about, but "foo bar" as general example words (particularly in programming language examples as variable, sub-routine or function names) has a much more complex etymology. see link.
goff, Aug 11 2004
  

       Foo bar Menu:
1/2 pound burger on half a bun. Medium rare. $4.95
Fries (portion minus two) £1.00
Donut holes 50c for 5.
Custard. Various flavours. $1.95 for half a bowl.
Beer. Half pints only. $1.95
goff, Aug 11 2004
  

       ...take a young egg and foo it. Badum tsh.   
      
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