Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of eaterie.
  • noun Plural form of eatery.

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Examples

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

    Just Back from the Emerald City

  • 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.

    Restaurants Cater

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

    Archive 2009-03-01

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

    September 9th, 2005

  • 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.

    Twelve Major Chords

  • 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.

    Twelve Major Chords

  • 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.

    Twelve Major Chords

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

    Snails Quicken Their Culinary Pace

  • 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

    Dinner Deep in Walleye Territory

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

    Evening Standard - Home

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