Heidi's life was transformed when we told how the mum-of-two, from Cheslyn Hay, near Cannock, ditched her PS6-an-hour job as a Frankie and Bennys restaurant boss to become a professional lookalike, earning up to PS650 a day.
What does F&B stand for?
F&B stands for Frankie and Bennys (UK restaurant)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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- Front and Centre (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
As well as residents' cars there are also people travelling to the nearby McDonalds, KFC and Frankie and Bennys restaurants and the cinema and bowling alley and yet the roads have no parking restrictions.
CULTURE Club members have the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Back for Good at Newcastle City Hall on Friday, October 15, plus a meal for two at Frankie and Bennys before the show.
The reception was held at Frankie and Bennys restaurant at Cross Point, Coventry, and the couple honeymooned in Greece.
On Sunday, April 9 the robbers hit MacDonald's on Cape Hill, Smethwick just after 12 midnight, Sunday, April 30 they are thought to have robbed Frankie and Bennys on the Kingsbury Road, Erdington at 11.
One is with the Showcase itself, another is with the restaurant Frankie and Bennys, and we have had a suggestion from both Asda and Tesco asking if we would be interested in them sponsoring some of the shuttle busses in return for them stopping at their stores.