Eatery [noun]

Definition of Eatery:

business establishment serving food and drink

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Sentence/Example of Eatery:

As a last resort, McBride said, some eateries are also pulling wings out of frozen storage to supplement their fresh supply.

There’s even an Instagram page dedicated to the spots and eateries across the region that are defying public health orders and serving customers who choose to dine in.

While indoor dining is allowed in Idaho as long as customers maintain social distancing, many eateries are also offering takeout and comfortable outdoor dining where possible.

Innovative eateries like Shibuya in Adams Morgan, Taqueria Xochi on U Street, El Cielo in NoMa, and Jackie at Dacha in Navy Yard all opened their doors.

Called Thirteen, the new eatery will open in Midtown early next year

Both local and foreign eateries continue to fight to stay open, even as many places close around them.

By this point, eateries have established procedures for no-contact or minimal-contact takeout.

Teressa Raiford, whose grandparents George and Geraldine Powe owned the 24-hour eatery, said Burger Barn was a huge part of her childhood.

If outdoor seating isn’t possible, eateries should focus on simpler stuff.

As New York City and other urban hubs slowly started allowing restaurants to reopen, eateries took dining outdoors to the streets.