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- n. A coffee shop; an establishment selling coffee and sometimes other drinks or snacks, with a facility to consume them on the premises.
- n. (pronounced /kæˈfiː/) A convenience store, originally selling coffee and similar basic items.
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- n. a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold
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A few years ago, the Toronto Star went around interviewing writers they found slogging it out in cafe windows.
Going to an internet cafe is not really an option as we want to be able to work for hours at a time (most of the day) either from the house we're renting or from a hotel or car.
I cant really fathom the size if it. would maybe 4 casitas (one with 2 or 3 bedroom with kitchen and bathroom and the others with one bedroom, banos and maybe their own kitchenettes fit) and/or a very tiny store with a tiny hotel (6-20 rooms) with small built in cafe or beach bar fit on it?
It hosts an anarchist bookstore and a local cafe is called Coffee Shop for the People.
Published on November 9th, the newest installment in the chronicles of Clare Cosi and the Village Blend cafe is set at Christmas time - and what could be more perfect as a setting than Christmas in New York?
Published on November 9th, the newest installment in the chronicles of Clare Cosi and the Village Blend cafe is set at Christmas time - and […]
Many shop at Marche d'Aligre nearby and it's common to meet them in cafe's.
Haha wasn't sold till the end but the speech in the cafe is genius.
The outdoor cafe is much more nostalgiac for a dinner watching of the Belagio fountains.
American women walking the streets in Berlin, comic English waiters in German cafe's, slavish French laborers in German sweat-shops.
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