whitewashed lunch specials

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Inquisitive_Inquisitor

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Bulgarian
Hi again!
There is sometnig, well first of quite a few things, in this story ("The House of the Two Three-legged Dogs") I can hardly work out. In the very beginning there is a passage reading: "Between the rain on the outside and the smoke and condensation inside, the Commerce window was a blur of fairy lights and whitewashed lunch specials." And it is the whitewashed lunch specials, that I fail to imagine... Could anyone help?

From Elizabeth MCCracken's "The House of the Two Three-legged Dogs"
 
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  • Myridon

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    English - US
    Words describing the lunch specials were painted on the window with whitewash. (The Commerce is a cafe.)
     
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