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- n. Plural form of hole-in-the-wall.
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Like many true Desi/cabbie hole-in-the-walls there is a flat screen TV playing Indian soap operas and Bollywood music videos.
A True Taste of Texas in NYC talking smack about New York's upscale BBQ trend, as we're more into the southern-style hole-in-the-walls than the BBQ-for-hipsters hotspots.
A couple of years ago, I was on real soul-food kick, and would spend the weekends eating at every place I could find in Harlem: diners, hole-in-the-walls, high-end establishments and even church dinners.
The problems is... all of my favorite Vietnamese restaurants are...hole-in-the-walls.
The best food is served in side streets in tiny little hole-in-the-walls that seat a maximum 12.
From the hole-in-the-walls with cheap shots, to the clubs with the fancy drinks.