a restaurant, often with an enclosed or outdoor section extending onto the sidewalk.
a restaurant, usually small and unpretentious.
a barroom, cabaret, or nightclub.
a U.S. federally mandated standard of average minimum miles-per-gallon fuel consumption for all the cars produced by an automobile manufacturer in a given year.
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a small or inexpensive restaurant or coffee bar, serving light meals and refreshments
(South African) a corner shop or grocer
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hot coffee served with an equal amount of hot or scalded milk. a light brown color. Historical Examples The Greater Love George T. McCarthy noun coffee with milk a light brown colour (as modifier): café-au-lait brocade n.
black coffee flavored with sugar, lemon and orange rinds, cloves, cinnamon, and brandy, ignited and allowed to flame briefly.
a railroad car, part of which is used as a diner and part as a lounge, smoker, etc.
an intimate cabaret offering sophisticated musical entertainment.