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    Foods - Carry Out in Shoreline


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    Business Listing   Grinders Hot Sands - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 542-0627


    Business Listing   Jack in the Box - Richland Highlands - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 546-1978


    Business Listing   KFC - Aurora Village - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 542-5155


    Business Listing   Mcdonald's - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 362-4560


    Business Listing   Quiznos Sub - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 364-3393


    Business Listing   Subway - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 542-7394


    Business Listing   Subway Sandwiches & Salads - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 367-5058


    Business Listing   Taco Bell Restaurants #4017 - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 365-2221


    Business Listing   Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers - Shoreline, WA - Phone: (206) 365-2085


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    Helpful Definition for: Foods - Carry Out


    Carry out foods are the foods that can be parceled from a restaurant to be eaten elsewhere. Some restaurants in Shoreline also provide facilities of delivering carry out foods to the customers, who can place orders over the internet or on telephone. There was a time when only fast foods were considered as carry out foods. But at present, almost all types of food items are available in the carry out form. While some restaurants in Shoreline provide table services as well as carry out services, some restaurants only serve carry out foods.

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