noun, plural es·ta·mi·nets [es-ta-mee-ne] /ɛs ta miˈnɛ/. French.
Origin of estaminet
Examples from the Web for estaminet
If the woman of the estaminet was right, even now those woods might conceal a German scout.Wounded and a Prisoner of War|Malcolm V. (Malcolm Vivian) Hay
But I have no doubt it would have been just as popular if it had called itself a café or even an estaminet.A Padre in France|George A. Birmingham
The fact that there is not an estaminet within five kilometres nullifies its value as a military objective.
We had dinner at an estaminet—quite a good dinner, but a mad female served us.Letters from France|Isaac Alexander Mack
Here and there a messenger might be sent back to an estaminet and return to the war with comforts within a couple of hours.The Bonadventure|Edmund Blunden