“She is quirky, sure,” Curt Knox once admitted over a Coca-Cola at a café in Perugia.
We climbed up to street level, and I headed back to the café.
The café patrons sat down and the conversations resumed, albeit with nervous laughter.
As he spoke, the crowd that had gathered to watch in one busy Cairo café alternately jeered and laughed in disbelief.
Most of them were at café watching World Cup soccer when the explosion erupted.
How came he to have the entrée to the café des Deux Épingles?
Having paid their bill, they proceeded to the Cassino, where they took their café.
Two English officers invited us out to tea to the café near, and were much interested in hearing all our experiences in Serbia.
He ordered two cups of café noir, and waited, with his head from the window.
Some one was playing a violin in a café at the corner of the street.
1802, from French café "coffee, coffeehouse," from Italian caffe "coffee" (see coffee). The beverage was introduced in Venice by 1615 and in France from 1650s by merchants and travelers who had been to Turkey and Egypt. The first public café might have been the one opened in Marseilles in 1660.