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Alternative clues for the word restaurant

Place where people take orders

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Eating place

Word definitions for restaurant in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a beach bar/restaurant (= on the beach ) ▪ We watched the sun go down from the beach bar. a restaurant chain ▪ the Pizza Hut restaurant chain a restaurant critic (= of the food, service etc in restaurants ) ▪ Being a...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Restaurant \Res"tau*rant\ (r?s"t?*r?nt;277), n. [F., fr. restaurer. See Restore .] An eating house.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. An eating establishment in which diners are served food at their tables.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1821, from French restaurant "a restaurant," originally "food that restores," noun use of present participle of restaurer "to restore or refresh," from Old French restorer (see restore ).\n\nIn 1765 a man by the name of Boulanger, also known as "Champ d'Oiseaux"...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a building where people go to eat [syn: eating house , eating place ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
A restaurant ( or ; ) is a business which prepares and serves food and drinks to customers in exchange for money. Meals are generally served and eaten on the premises, but many restaurants also offer take-out and food delivery services , and some only offer...

Usage examples of restaurant.

I draw from that money once a month, to pay for the rented rooms, the archival fees, the meals in restaurants.

Balzar, on the rue des Ecoles, in the Fifth Arrondissement of Paris, happens to be the best restaurant in the world.

It was a segment of a video taken eight months before, at the wedding of Baculum and his twelfth wife, a twenty-three-year-old part-time waitress at a highway restaurant outside of Mobile, Alabama.

He was in fact a wealthy businessman who owned a highly bankable avant-garde retail and design empire, two shops, a restaurant and a perfume about to be launched.

Fennella was the start of the direct path straight back to the real world, the restaurants, the shaded lights, stained-glass over green baize tables, women in expensive gowns playing seemingly expensive games that were at root primitively simple, even bars where the bartender bothered to remember your name.

Wicker and Brooks had already arrived at Le Bearn and had planted several miniaturized cameras and listening devices in the bar, restaurant, and bathroom.

He rode the slidewalks and escalators until, half a mile above the ground, he came to his regular Tuesday-evening eateasy, a swank and illegal little restaurant with a grubby exterior that proclaimed to all nonmembers that it was a branch of a silicone surgery beautification chain.

Cloud City on the planet Bespin was usually a blur of tourist activitiesskysailing, sightseeing in cloud cars, gambling in casinos, dancing, and dining in fine floating restaurants.

Leaving his door open, he went down behind them into the restaurant, walked behind them past the shop-fronts of the Rue Neuve, and entered the same brasserie, apparently as calm and resolute as ever.

She takes a final look around the restaurant, savouring the exoticism of bamboo screens and prints of Chinese scenes on the walls and the luxury of fitted carpets.

Mayor Joe Carollo has grandiose dreams for reviving the bayfront lagoon area by the Marine Stadium: hotels, restaurants, shops and a Jet Ski extravaganza that would bring needed lease revenues to City Hall.

The cholesterol extravaganza was his typical order at The Lobster Pot, a cheesy, overpriced airport restaurant and our usual luncheon venue at the Majestic terminal.

Hours into the game, we had to find homonyms in the menu of a restaurant, swim out to a dinghy in the middle of a lake, and go into a house party to retrieve a clue from kids who were staging a knife fight.

Lo Manto had first noticed the car from inside the restaurant as he complimented the owner on the excellent variety and quality of the four-course meal.

Lo Manto walked away from the smoking car, picked up his gun, and made his way toward Jennifer, who was now leaning against the rear wall of the restaurant.