holes-in-the-wall love



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  • n. Plural form of hole-in-the-wall.


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  • The holes-in-the-wall like the Horseshoe Tavern where you can see Canadian bar rock, of course.

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  • I smell it around here in shops and holes-in-the-wall.

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  • Check out the village streets and boulevards one finds there, and think about tip-toeing down the alleys that look like holes-in-the-wall.

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  • It might be that I have become numb to the run-of-the-mill cookie-cutter shows that crowd nightclubs and holes-in-the-wall alike, but on this night, I would be touched by one of the first bands I ever listened to.

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  • Please, please, please tell me where I can find this stuff in Manhattan (and the location of the other mexican holes-in-the-wall too, please) ...

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  • The always-ready hyperlocal holographic social networking mapping mash-up that shimmers into existence over my hoverbike dash will help me find landmarks and fascinating holes-in-the-wall and the good old hang-outs and the hot new things, with help from the interwoven knowledge of friends, visitors, and longtime locals.


  • Without some kind of emphasis, windows are reduced to bland square holes-in-the-wall (to see the difference, compare the rear windows of a standard suburban development house with the front windows of the same house, which generally are outfitted with shutters or heavy trim).

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  • In Indian restaurants in all the far-flung regions of this planet, whether they are fancy-schmancy ones or pokey holes-in-the-wall, Punjabi cuisine is ubiquitous.

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  • While we're talking about holes-in-the-wall, we should note that Tacos El Paisano is a great place to get some real authentic tacos.

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  • But it seemed every neighborhood at least the next best thing: the stationery stores, family-owned drug stores and little holes-in-the-wall that sold cheap mass market paperbacks, including the “classics” lines with everything from Greek drama and Shakespeare to Mark Twain and James Joyce, along with the latest bestsellers and yes, I read a lot of wonderful crap, too.

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