He looked in at the coffee-shop while I was eating my bit of food.
So he turned into a coffee-shop, and ordered coffee and a plate of beef.
He must not keep a coffee-shop or an inn, or be engaged in any trading whatever.
Very different was the scene in the meeting-room behind the coffee-shop.
He went into the one coffee-shop in Salonika which served drinkable tea.
We should be sure to find his Honour in the coffee-shop across the road.
What the pump is to the villager, so the coffee-shop is to the soldier of the New Army.
In the coffee-shop Wankin is invariably the centre of an interested group.
When I had money enough, I used to go to a coffee-shop, and have half a pint of coffee, and a slice of bread-and-butter.
Jack in the sailors' coffee-shop is singing joyously: "Shall we gather at the River—the beautiful, the beautiful, the River?"