- n. alternative spelling of eatery.
“My personal choice of eaterie is the Salon de Thé on the third floor Galleries Lafayette.”
“The paper apparently tried to secure the lavishly appointed Kensington Roof Gardens, but left it too late to book, so journalists had to settle instead for the eaterie at nearby upmarket food store Whole Foods.”
“Seddon took a copy to the Gay Hussar, the Soho eaterie with a great long-standing Labour tradition, as the manager there John Wrobel features in Standing for Something.”
“Leeds Grub reviews Meerkato, an Ethiopian eaterie hidden away in Merrion Market.”
“One, in Hussain's flagship eaterie, seemed familiar.”
“It was the first eaterie to be integrated in Miami.”
“Yahoo members can add reviews to the Yahoo Local postings - on restaurants, at least, Yahoo has check boxes to help users categorize the eaterie; Amazon invites businesses and customers to update business profiles in the A9 yellow pages.”
“I may hit you up for some eaterie reccommendations in the near future … … or maybe its Meg I should be talking to susie |”
“Leaving a tip in an eaterie to which we may never return is an odd thing to do really, but we all acknowledge the social norm and almost all abide by it, even when no one else is looking.”
“Data, T'Pol, Britney and I have arrived at the entrance to Le Grande Restaurante, the most exclusive eaterie in San Francisco.”
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