café[ ka-fey, kuh- or especially for 4, French ka-fey ]SEE DEFINITION OF café
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAFÉ
He proved that he had spent the evening up to eleven o'clock in a cafe.
When Rose married him he was leader of the orchestra at a cafe concert where she sang.
It was Dubuche, whom she knew from having seen him on one occasion at the Cafe Baudequin.
"If I were you I should have it in from the cafe," old Bosc slowly announced.
"I've been to the cafe occasionally," Claude said to Florent.
In spite of my singing in a cafe chantant I shall keep my self-respect.
Ah, he was breakfasting now; had ordered his "cafe complete."
He was sitting at the edge of the street and I took him into the cafe and fed him.
I communicated to them the news from their country which I had just read in a cafe.
The three left the cafe together, followed by cries of "Bonne chance."