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  • n. Plural form of eaterie.
  • n. Plural form of eatery.


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  • And at eight o'clock in the evening, every single one of those eateries is closed.

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  • Some of the Bay Area's new restaurant dynamics, including grappling with customers 'smaller expense accounts and growing time pressures, have manifested themselves in eateries such as Barbacco.

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  • As many of you know, service industry jobs -- in eateries, hotels, museums, etc. -- tend to pay low hourly wages and offer no benefits.

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  • I've spent many a night waiting on train platforms, standing at pedestrian crossings, and dining in Vietnamese eateries right next to Ms. Blasko, and lately, this is not so.

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  • Troy Guard of Denver's TAG eateries looks to East Asia and beyond for inspiration.

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  • Perhaps these foodies noticed that, in the 2009 Zagat guide, Sanford gets a higher rating (29 out of 30) than Chicago big-name eateries such as Tru or Charlie Trotter

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  • Nor is she fazed by the surge in burrito bars and Latin American eateries.

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  • She said she thought some business owners were not favorable to Cusack's proposal because it included adding eateries - in other words, more competition.

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  • During the two times that Ralston was asked to witness the sewer maintenance, the closer the cleaners got to Axel's and Lucky's, the more grease they discovered, leaving officials to believe that the eateries are the source of the mess. rss feed

  • KS: We were playing on the fifth of July in downtown Boone in front of one of Doc's favorite eateries, which is the sandwich shop at Boone Drugs.

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