spot of lunch

spot of lunch

n. a small amount of lunch. How about a spot of lunch?
See also: lunch, of, spot
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The Reds legend called into the Vincent Cafe and Cocktail Bar, in Exchange Flags, for a spot of lunch with former Anfield teammate Jamie Carragher.
You fancy a wander round the town, maybe coffee or a spot of lunch, or to try on that cute little dress you spotted in the window of your favourite shop during a rushed lunch break earlier in the week.
It will be lunch time so the drivers will sit down to a feast of traditional souvla, and if you just happen to be to join in the celebrations, why not have a spot of lunch yourself.
SPOT OF LUNCH Dalmatian dives for ball & Airedale terrier awaits grub
uk Opening times: Open today * 11:00 am - 12:00 am Food: Service: Ambience: THE Stand is a great venue for live comedy - in my view, it's the city's best - but it's worth remembering that above the comedy club there's a very pleasant bistro to enjoy a spot of lunch or dinner.
At Perry Villa organisers are encouraging people to bring their neighbours for a spot of lunch and enjoy face painting, a bouncy castle and a live DJ.
Peter Collins enjoys a spot of lunch at Restuarant James Sommerin.
There's two swings, fairground inspired skyride and wavy slide, and a decent sized decking space for them to have a spot of lunch.
He was also spotted in Ibiza this week, playing football with his two-year-old son Amadeus before enjoying a spot of lunch on a luxury boat moored near the Spanish island.
ICING ON CAKE: If you''re popping into Fenwick this weekend for a coffee or a spot of lunch then there''s still time to catch a splendid pictorial display to mark the Queen''s Diamond Jubilee.
It's also a great place to sit back and enjoy a spot of lunch and soak in the scenery.
The main entrance to the forest has a few shops, a very good caf, ice-cream store and a large adventure playground - it's a good place to stop for a rest and a spot of lunch.
However, the doctor had gone for a spot of lunch as Queally seeked clearance to ride in the first, leaving connections looking rather anxious.
L e t 's put this into some kind of perspective, finding Bin Laden there is like stumbling upon Colonel Gaddafi holed up in a fortress just outside the SAS HQ in Hereford - and arresting him riding Shergar to meet his old pal Lord Lucan for a spot of lunch.