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Display Booth for Expo

This fast food stall layout is a widely accepted standard from a space-saving and efficiency standpoint. To the left, we see the employee gate, with a continuous work counter to the rear of the stall. The front of the stall is dominated by the ordering and billing counter to the left, with a glass display case showing off the various food items on offer.
Above the stall, a pair of wooden support beams are responsible for holding up the designer roof structure from the rear, while a pair of metal support beams does the same from the front. Between the wooden support beams to the rear, we can see the food menu on a large display screen. The counter has its own lighting setup, while the company branding (Hungry Fat Belly, in this case) is visible on the front and sides, as well as along the edge of the roof. To the right, we see a casual seating area comprising low stools and tables.

Fast Food Stall

This fast food stall layout is a widely accepted standard from a space-saving and efficiency standpoint. To the left, we see the employee gate, with a continuous work counter to the rear of the stall. The front of the stall is dominated by the ordering and billing counter to the left, with a glass display case showing off the various food items on offer.
Above the stall, a pair of wooden support beams are responsible for holding up the designer roof structure from the rear, while a pair of metal support beams does the same from the front. Between the wooden support beams to the rear, we can see the food menu on a large display screen. The counter has its own lighting setup, while the company branding (Hungry Fat Belly, in this case) is visible on the front and sides, as well as along the edge of the roof. To the right, we see a casual seating area comprising low stools and tables.