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I’m talking banquettes the shade of marinara sauce, Sinatra on the soundtrack, chianti in straw-swaddled bottles and herby hot garlic bread presented with a four-cheese dunk.
A curved banquette in the main dining room is outfitted with see-through partitions on rollers, a sign of the times some of us hope to say adios to, soon.José Andrés brings Spanish comfort food — including a lot of eggs — to Bethesda|Tom Sietsema|July 9, 2021|Washington Post
If I’m not sitting outside the green behemoth, on the patio, I’m in the bar, on a capacious raised banquette facing the scene outside.Mattie & Eddie’s channels the Irish spirit of a veteran chef’s grandparents|Tom Sietsema|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
The front dining room, staged with a faux fireplace and lined with leather banquettes, is a mash-up of a library, a toy store and a Georgetown yard sale.Sisters Thai in Potomac reminds us that food isn’t everything|Tom Sietsema|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
Then one of them notices a stunning-looking young stranger—Carey Mulligan—sprawled on a nearby banquette, apparently drunk out of her mind.Promising Young Woman Starts with a Cathartic Blast. Then It Gets Bogged Down With Cynicism|Stephanie Zacharek|January 15, 2021|Time
Best Seat in the House: The leather banquette directly across from the bar.Where to Fall in Love—or Just Get Drunk—on Valentine’s Day|Condé Nast Traveler|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Dunst was hanging in a banquette with the designers of Rodarte.
The boys were dragging along the banquette a small "express wagon," which they had filled with blocks and sticks.
Edna rang the bell at this side garden gate, and stood upon the banquette, waiting to be admitted.
Victor escorted her out upon the banquette, lifted her parasol, and held it over her while he walked to the car with her.
They finally gained the banquette, or platform, after a difficult and exhausting climb.
Rallying on the banquette, upon the return of the others, they in turn drove the Indians out of the fort.