noun, plural res·tau·ra·teurs [res-ter-uh-turz; French res-taw-ra-tœr] /ˌrɛs tər əˈtɜrz; French rɛs tɔ raˈtœr/.
Origin of restaurateur
usage note for restaurateur
Words nearby restaurateur
Example sentences from the Web for restauranteur
“The cost of doing business,” one restauranteur told a Cianci biographer.
No French restauranteur worthy the name ever kept dead fish in stock, for nothing deteriorates so quickly.
Shad is a most satisfactory substitute for the French restauranteur's delight—loup de mer.
And a smart New York restauranteur recently made a "cover charge" of twenty-five cents for bread and butter and ice-water.The Personality of American Cities|Edward Hungerford