from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A restaurant.
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- n. a restaurant or café, etc.
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- n. a building where people go to eat
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Besides its exterior neon sign, the most distinctive feature of the eatery is the maze-like wooden stalls that divide the diners.
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First, Britwick made their way to Williams-Sonoma to pick up a few household essentials and then they grabbed a bite to eat at the local Red Robin eatery:
Now, one local Chinese eatery is taking advantage of the pricing downdraft by pouncing on a deal.
Sadly, this wonderful eatery is closing its doors as of today … I just got back and was nearly inconsolable on the trainride home …
This eatery is easy to miss, and I live on the same street as it and never took notice!
Diagonally across from the opera house, this popular eatery is dedicated to two of Mexico's all-time stars, Mazatlán-born Pedro Infante, the movie heartthrob who, although he's been dead for over 40 years, is very deeply woven into the fabric and life of Mazatlán, and Lola Beltran ( "La Grande)," the Sinaloa-born, world-famous mariachi songstress whose records have sold in the millions.
One of the stranger things that I see whenever I go to Dave and Buster's, the local arcade-and-eatery, is the Titanic game.
In this non-descript eatery is found the Holy Grail of Garlic Cheese Sandwiches.
Opening a new eatery is a big event, and the owners did not take it lightly.