The humble milk bar is an iconic Australian suburban corner shop selling daily items like milk and bread to locals.
Wikipedia: In Australia, a milk bar is a suburban local general store or café. Similar terms include tuck shops, delicatessens or “delis”, and corner shops or corner stores (although by definition these are different establishments). Milk bars are traditionally a place where people pick up newspapers, and fast-food items like fish and chips and hamburgers, and where people can purchase milkshakes and snacks. They are essentially a smaller scale suburban form of the Convenience Store but are more likely to be “Mum and Pop” small business and not larger franchised operations.nbsp;