Definition of coffeehouse
: an establishment that sells coffee and usually other refreshments and that commonly serves as an informal club for its regular customers
Recent Examples of coffeehouse from the Web
The coffeehouse hosts game nights, benefit concerts and other community events centered around activism and inclusion.
The coffeehouse is working towards becoming a tax exempt entity.
The Magnolia Avenue coffeehouse/gastropub has one of the more creative Father’s Day options — with a waffle flight with beer pairings.
Traditionally slathered on crust-free bread (a hangover from English colonialism), the creamy-sweet coconut jam is a breakfast staple at kopitiams, or coffeehouses, throughout Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei.
Nearly every restaurant, bar or coffeehouse with a few feet of sidewalk has a patio that’s just right for relaxing and people watching.
The village currently has no businesses, though there is talk of establishing a coffeehouse.
The evening coffeehouse is open to all veterans and a guest.
According to his official biography, McGuinn — inspired by the rise of the Beatles — began playing folk tunes to a rock beat in the coffeehouses of New York City's Greenwich Village before the Byrds formed.
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COFFEEHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coffeehouse for English Language Learners
: a business that sells coffee and usually other drinks and refreshments
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