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delicatessen

noun as in eatery

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Mintz owned several kosher delicatessens in New York and had a flourishing catering business, but his observance of Jewish dietary laws would not allow him to include dairy and meat in the same dish.

In four years, the rest of the family joined them, and it was arranged for the parents to run a delicatessen.

The Mill Valley Market has grown and offers a deluxe delicatessen.

They had a delicatessen first in Brooklyn, then in Queens, and they entered the country legally through Ellis Island.

The patronage of the bakery and the delicatessen shop should also be mentioned, and the waste of money involved.

From a delicatessen store procure dill pickles and a nice Edam cheese.

After several blocks the window of a delicatessen store showed him she was more composed, and he again offered her his arm.

Well, theres just father and Lonny and France and I, and mostly father brings home things from the delicatessen.

In the distance behind him was a milk wagon, a few pedestrians, a little thinly clad girl coming out of a delicatessen store.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to delicatessen, such as: cafeteria, deli, charcuterie, restaurant, café, and sandwich shop.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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