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For the purposes of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ICE CREAM, SNO-CONE, SHAVED ICE VENDOR. A vehicle or cart that specialized in selling pre-packaged and other ready-to-eat foods.
MOBILE FOOD VENDOR. Any person who travels within the city, by vehicle or self- contained enclosed trailer with a valid license plate, selling or offering for sale any food items, beverages and rendering said items for immediate consumption.
MOBILE FOOD VEHICLE. A mobile food unit with a valid license plate in which ready-to-eat food is cooked, wrapped, packaged, processed or portioned for service, sale or distribution.
RESTAURANT, FAST-FOOD. As referenced in § 158.016. A use engaged in the preparation and retail sale of food and beverages, excluding alcoholic beverages. Such uses prepare food for consumption off the premises although seating may be provided for dining on the premises. Uses include soda fountains, cafes, dinners, grills, ice cream parlors, pizza parlors, chili parlors, hamburger shops, sandwich (sub) shops, coffee shops or snack shops, take-out only establishments and those that include a drive- through.
RESTAURANT, GENERAL. An establishment or place of business primarily engaged in the preparation of full course meals served on the premises, with complete kitchen facilities for preparation of the food sold, and where alcoholic beverages may be sold in conjunction with meals, or at a bar within the restaurant, provided that more than 51% of the revenue generated at the restaurant is related to food sales. Uses include buffets, cafeterias, cantinas, barbeques, hamburger shops, pizza or chili parlors, diners and steak houses where more than 51% of the revenue generated is from food sales.
RESTAURANT, LIMITED. A use engaged in the preparation and retail sale of food and beverages, excluding alcoholic beverages. Uses include soda fountains, cafes, diners, grills, ice cream parlors, pizza parlors, chili parlors, hamburger shops, sandwich (sub) shops, coffee shops or snack shops, take-out only establishments and that do not include restaurants that serve alcoholic beverages, include a drive-through or that would be included under the definition of “fast-food” or “drive-in.”
(Ord. 4069, passed 12-3-2018)