coffee-house

  • 1 coffee house — coffee houses also coffee house N COUNT A coffee house is a kind of bar where people sit to drink coffee and talk. Coffee houses were especially popular in Britain in the 18th century …

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  • 2 coffee house — noun An establishment where coffee and other refreshments are sold • • • Main Entry: ↑coffee …

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  • 3 coffee house — n a restaurant that serves coffee, cakes etc …

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  • 4 coffee house — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms coffee house : singular coffee house plural coffee houses a café where people drink coffee. This word is used especially for coffee bars that existed in the past …

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  • 5 coffee-house — see coffee house …

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  • 6 coffee house — small restaurant which specializes in serving coffee and desserts …

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  • 7 coffee house — noun (C) a restaurant that serves coffee, cakes etc …

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  • 8 coffee house — /ˈkɒfi haʊs/ (say kofee hows) noun traditionally, an establishment that served coffee and functioned also as an informal club or meeting place for its regulars …

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  • 10 Coffee House Press — Founded 1984 Founder Allan Kornblum Successor Chris Fischbach Country of origin United States Headquarters location Minneapolis, Minnesota …

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  • 11 Coffee House (TV series) — Coffee House Promotional poster Format Comedy Romance Created by SBS …

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  • 12 Coffee house church — A coffee house church is a community of Christians who gather in a coffee house for Bible study, praise and worship services, prayer circles, or even for a Catholic Mass. The theology is a very simple assertion that Church is about the community… …

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  • 13 Coffee House Alley —    South out of Upper Thames Street, at No. 56 (Rocque, 1746 L.C.C. List, 1912).    In Queenhithe Ward, north of Queenhithe Dock, opposite Huggin Lane.    Coffee rooms still there at No. 57 …

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  • 14 Coffee House Court —    In Moorfields (Strype, ed. 1755 Boyle, 1799).    Not named in the maps …

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  • 15 Viennese Coffee House — Coffee house culture: the ever present newspaper The Viennese Coffee House (German: Wiener Kaffeehaus) is a typical institution of Vienna that played an important part shaping Viennese culture. Since October 2011 the Viennese Coffee House Culture …

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  • 16 Indian Coffee House — The Indian Coffee House is a restaurant chain in India, run by a series of worker co operative societies. It has strong presence across India. cite web url=http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2002/09/23/stories/2002092300480100.htm title=More… …

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  • 17 Tom King's Coffee House — Detail from Four Times of the Day. A fight has broken out in the coffee house. Tom King s Coffee House (later known as Moll King s Coffee House) was a notorious establishment in Covent Garden, London in the mid 18th century. Open from the time… …

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  • 18 Carpenter's Coffee House — (later known as The Finish , The Queen s Head and Jack s ) was a coffee house in Covent Garden, London, established by George Carpenter some time around 1762.George Carpenter had been a strongman and then worked as a porter in Covent Garden. By… …

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  • 19 Community Coffee House — (CC s) Type Private Industry Food Founded 1995 Headquarters New Orleans, L …

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  • 20 Button's Coffee-house — war als Nachfolger von Will’s Coffee house das führende Londoner Literaturcafé im frühen 18. Jahrhundert. Button s Coffee house in der Russell Street in Covent Garden wurde um 1713 wesentlich auf Betreiben des Schriftstellers und Journalisten… …

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