noshery

noshery

(ˈnɒʃərɪ) or

nosherie

n, pl -eries
informal a restaurant or other place where food is served
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That James's hatred of Jews emerges from something quite frivolous (having been given a half-sour pickle, and not a sour, at Zipstein's Noshery) suggests that bigotry never emerges from rational thinking (Ross 2000, 6).
The new kitchen is in a building affectionately known as the "noshery", which did not previously have running water.
Wenlo RDA is now looking for volunteers to help with its next project, to lay a new footpath to improve access to the "noshery".
This trendy noshery is romantic, artistic, and a magnet for sexy millennials.
(2008) and Lawf and Noshery (2008) also reported the similar results in Kermani, Mehrban and Lori breeds of sheep.
The key to success for us hinged on designing a program and facility that would integrate the kosher food platform, called The Noshery, into the Food Gallery:
All Food Gallery platforms are vegan-, vegetarian-, and gluten-friendly, and The Noshery is no different.
Neon sign outside a restaurant in China: Smart noshery makes slobber
I'd decided to take Emily to this sophisticated noshery in the basement of Bar 110 in Birmingham city centre.
Why wasn't he in some five star noshery sipping champagne and munching on lightly grilled snails served with diamond studded spoons on silver salvers?
Prince Michael lovingly fed her pasta from her own plate at La Famiglia, the Chelsea noshery where Princess Diana takes Christopher Whalley when she wishes to be indiscreet.