eating house

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Noun1.Eating house - a building where people go to eateating house - a building where people go to eat  
bistro - a small informal restaurant; serves wine
brasserie - a small restaurant serving beer and wine as well as food; usually cheap
brewpub - a combination brewery and restaurant; beer is brewed for consumption on the premises and served along with food
building, edifice - a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place; "there was a three-story building on the corner"; "it was an imposing edifice"
cafe, coffee bar, coffee shop, coffeehouse - a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold
cafeteria - a restaurant where you serve yourself and pay a cashier
canteen - restaurant in a factory; where workers can eat
mobile canteen, canteen - a restaurant outside; often for soldiers or policemen
diner - a restaurant that resembles a dining car
greasy spoon - a small restaurant specializing in short-order fried foods
grill, grillroom - a restaurant where food is cooked on a grill
hash house - an inexpensive restaurant
lunchroom - a restaurant (in a facility) where lunch can be purchased
rotisserie - a restaurant that specializes in roasted and barbecued meats
chophouse, steakhouse - a restaurant that specializes in steaks
tea parlor, tea parlour, teahouse, tearoom, teashop - a restaurant where tea and light meals are available
restaurant chain - a chain of restaurants
References in classic literature ?
As the cab drew up before the address indicated, the fog lifted a little and showed him a dingy street, a gin palace, a low French eating house, a shop for the retail of penny numbers and twopenny salads, many ragged children huddled in the doorways, and many women of many different nationalities passing out, key in hand, to have a morning glass; and the next moment the fog settled down again upon that part, as brown as umber, and cut him off from his blackguardly surroundings.
For different reasons this was an agreeable proposition to them all, and it was therefore agreed that each should leave a very exact address and that upon the request of any of the associates a meeting should be convoked at a famous eating house in the Rue de la Monnaie, of the sign of the Hermitage.
At the camp Virginia found that a neat clearing had been made upon a little tableland, a palisade built about it, and divided into three parts; the most northerly of which contained a small house for herself and her father, another for von Horn, and a common cooking and eating house over which Sing was to preside.
Meat so cooking may be seen in any eating house in Smyrna, or any Eastern town.
Hailing from north eastern France, he trained with the Roux brothers before moving on to Chez Gerard eating houses in London.
Halfway up the hill is Odyssey, the newest addition to a number of informal eating houses in the area.
We certainly have a fistful of fishy manifestos from those hoping for a lucrative ride on the European Parliament gravy train and the joys of collecting enormous salaries and expenses by toggling between the fine eating houses of Strasbourg and Brussels.
It is still the way things are done at the top eating houses of France but one that we chefs in Britain started to move away from in favour of more refined presentation and increased portion controls.
A prime example of early town planning,it lies directly in the shadows of the sheer vertical crags so popular with climbers,and it now offers quality eating houses on all four sides.
The beverage was prepared in cabans (small eating houses dotted around the mines) by young boys who stewed tea, sugar and water in the same kettle for 30 minutes.
Eating houses such as Master McGrath's, Pizza Express, Cafe Matisse, The Cedar Tree and, just a little east of that famous Mason-Dixie line, the New China Restaurant all have music.
A landmark Indian restaurant in Bur Dubai, among Dubai's oldest eating houses, has shut down to relocate to New Dubai.