OTHER WORDS FROM coffeehousecof·fee·hous·er, noun
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We should be able to sit with strangers in coffeehouses and expound on the benchmarks required to slow the spread of a virus in a community — at least, we could once we’re comfortable going to coffeehouses or conversing with strangers.
Low-income housing advocates envision 100-acre, mixed-income neighborhoods sprinkled with coffeehouses, doctors’ offices, public schools, community centers and library branches, all within walking distance.Millions of Tenants Behind on Rent, Small Landlords Struggling, Eviction Moratoriums Expiring Soon: Inside the Next Housing Crisis|Abby Vesoulis/Seattle|February 18, 2021|Time
She suggested that Gregory stack newspapers on his desk to give the set an intimate, coffeehouse feel.David Gregory's 'Meet the Press' Eviction Exposed in Washingtonian Takedown|Lloyd Grove|December 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the morning, join the intelligentsia at Cafe Pamplona, a European-style coffeehouse, also by Harvard Square.
“Everyone always compares writing to war,” he said over a tall iced tea at a west Los Angeles coffeehouse recently.The Movie Redemption of ‘Men in Black 3’ Scribe Etan Cohen|Chris Lee|May 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The British Spectator speculates on its Coffeehouse blog about a Rand Paul vice presidential nomination.
But the scene is a noisy coffeehouse in lower Manhattan, and the voice is emerging from the throat of Julianne Moore.
Certainly there were a great many people down there round about Lloyd's Coffeehouse!
As the clock-hand pointed to ten, she heard both quite near—outside Lloyd's Coffeehouse, evidently.
After this, I went into the best coffeehouse in the town here, and sat down to read the newspapers.Travels in France during the years 1814-1815|Archibald Alison
The Chapter Coffeehouse was opened at this time, famous for punch, pamphlets, and newspapers.Nineteen Centuries of Drink in England|Richard Valpy French
On the other hand, the business of a money-lender fitted in excellently well with the business of coffeehouse-keeper.The Real Shelley, Vol. I (of 2)|John Cordy Jeaffreson