Design Guide: Recreation Centers Individual Space Criteria January 1976
4 - 6 REFRESHMENT ACTIVITIES (continued)
b. SNACK BAR.
(4) Relationships. The snack bar should be
(1) Function. The snack bar provides fulI
adjacent to and immediately accessible from
food services and electric games where there are
the lobby. All other areas should be able to be
no other permanent exchange facilities available
secured from the snack bar to permit its
in the immediate area; operated by AAFES.
Activities include purchasing and consuming
operation during times when the Center is
food and drink, conversing, and playing
electrically operated games.
The snack bar should be near the toilet rooms
and immediately adjacent to the service court
(2) Participants. 84 patrons and staff in
to permit deliveries and trash removal.
small groups of one to six.
The snack bar should also be adjacent to the
terrace area to accommodate outdoor dining,
and located away from the active game area.
27,800 SF Centers
Internally, the AAFES game area should be
adjacent to the snack bar area to allow
1,400 SF 700 SF
1,000 SF 350 SF
consumption of food and drink while playing
Space/Unit 12 SF per diner
Figure 4-30 Snack Bar