It was a tall, hideous house, with a cabaret on the first floor.
We went from one cabaret to another, laughing at everything.
It is a narrow lane, and there is a cabaret at each corner of it.
You had better leave your horse at some cabaret on this side of the town, and go in on foot.
A peasant, with a horse and cart, was standing in front of a cabaret.
And he led the way to a cabaret where they sold his favourite wine.
To have seen Toulouse-Lautrec's poster of him and his Cabaret was to recognize him at a glance.
Because he had the glamour about him of real adventure and cabaret glitter?
Somehow, he expected the Cabaret Noir to be a different place.
The cabaret was full of conscripts and other people, so that the hostess had enough to do.