[ US /ˈitɝi/ ]
[ UK /ˈiːtəɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a building where people go to eat
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How To Use eatery In A Sentence

  • Its Valois Cafeteria, a classic neighborhood eatery, has occasionally been visited by President Obama upon his returns to Chicago. Academics of Real Estate
  • This was a shame, because the staff were friendly and eager to please, and that end of Blossom Street really could do with a top-notch little eatery to spice it up.
  • That struck a cord with Calisi, who remembered being enchanted by his first real dining-out experience with his parents in Manhattan, and whose father owned an Italian eatery called Yolanda's in the Bronx. SFGate: Top News Stories
  • Time, ostensibly an upscale eatery, seems to be pretty positive about clientele dancing off their dinners.
  • This would explain perfectly why St. Rangel (he is a saint, right?) would invent so many new forms of tax cheatery. Charlie Rangel (D, NY-15) is a Gnostic Cainite! | RedState
  • We were at Mason's Bistro Bar, the smart eatery that has replaced the Blue Minelle on Fossgate.
  • The dad of a university friend of mine owned a restaurant, and he took her and me to a fancy eatery about once a month. SOMEBODY
  • The eatery is divided into four sections, the bar, cafe, dining room and a small private room.
  • There are about a dozen taco variations to choose from at this authentic eatery, served like you'd find them in Mexico: open-faced on soft corn and flour tortillas, with bowls of salsa verde and salsa rojo on the side.
  • In 1948 the Sordello family started selling pan bagnat nicoise tuna sandwiches from two tables under an awning, and quickly became a little open-air café in Cap d'Antibes on the Cote d'Azur, and then a world-famous eatery there. Jay Weston: Authentic Bouillabaisse on Bastille Day at South Coast Plaza
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