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- n. A establishment that sells coffee (and possibly other non-alcoholic drinks), a cafe. Food may also be served.
- n. A section of an establishment (a restaurant, shop or other business) where coffee is served.
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- n. a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold
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EricainSF: Waiting to eat Hapa ramen at coffee bar with the rest of San Francisco.
And also remember that the “individual serving” of cream cheese or peanut butter that you get at a coffee bar or café is not a mandate—spread judiciously and throw away the rest.
The 156,000-square-foot store near Denver features a European coffee bar and restaurant, a library, a bank, and on-site floral arranging.
A scarf in the colors of his soccer team looped around his neck against the November chill, he stopped in every coffee bar for the obligatory political or sports debate, joked around with kids on the street, and flirted shamelessly with the counter girl at the panificio, whose breasts were said to be the exact shape of a particular kind of bun sold by this establishment.