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  1. Irish coffee - Wikipedia

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    Irish whiskey and at least one level teaspoon of sugar are poured over black coffee and stirred in until fully dissolved. Thick cream is carefully poured over the back of a spoon initially held just above the surface of the coffee and gradually raised a little until the entire layer is floated.

    • Heat the coffee, whiskey and sugar; do not boil. Pour into glass and top with cream; serve hot.
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  2. Pub - Wikipedia

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    A pub (short for public house) is an establishment licensed to serve alcoholic drinks for consumption on the premises.The term public house first appeared in the late 17th century, and was used to differentiate private houses from those which were, quite literally, open to the public as 'alehouses', 'taverns' and 'inns'.

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  5. Bennigan's - Wikipedia

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    The failure of Bennigan's executives to update and grow the restaurant concept, a degrading quality of their menu items over a period of time, led to a downfall of sales and customer patronage.John Owens, a Morningstar analyst, was quoted by the Boston Herald as saying: "Bennigan’s was the weakest of the major players" and Bob Goldin, an executive vice president of the restaurant industry consulting group Technomic was quoted by The New York Timesas saying:“All these bar and grill concepts are very, very similar, [...] They have the same kind of menu, décor, appeal,” This translated into a lack of customer loyalties. In May 2006 Bennigans closed most of its New York and New England locations.[citation needed] In July 2008, all of Bennigan's 150 corporate locations across the US were closed due to parent company Metromedia Restaurant Group of Plano, Texas filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protectionand initially the firm's 138 franchisee-owned locations remained open, but many later cl...

    In October 2008, Atalaya Capital Management acquired the Bennigan's and Steak and Ale brands.[citation needed]The assets include the Bennigan's Franchising Co., which owned the rights to franchise the Bennigan's brand and was instrumental in keeping franchise-owned restaurants operating during the bankruptcy period. In a statement by the firm, it was stated that the company planned to reposition the brand by re-establishing its place in the high-margin bar segment and by focusing on sandwiches and appetizers. It also said the company planned to reopen 50 or 60 formerly company-owned Bennigan's locations by finding new or existing franchisees to operate the restaurants. In May 2011 new management of the firm stated that they wanted to return the brand to its roots but also give Bennigan's new life in the 21st century.In an interview of CEO Paul Mangiamele, he stated that the company's strategy to turn the brand around was multi-pronged. The company planned to introduce a new logo, st...

    As of June 2018[update], there are 18 international and 15 United States locations and according to the CEO, Paul Mangiamele, Bennigan's has over 100 units in development including international locations in Amsterdam, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Pakistan.

  6. Coffeehouse - Wikipedia

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    Robert's Coffee in Fukuoka, Japan. A coffeehouse, coffee shop, or café is an establishment that primarily serves coffee of various types, e.g. espresso, latte, and cappuccino. Some coffeehouses may serve cold drinks, such as iced coffee, iced tea, and other non-caffeinated beverages. In continental Europe, cafés serve alcoholic drinks.

  7. Full breakfast - Wikipedia

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    The British cafe (such as this one in Islington, London, with a "breakfast served all day" sign) typically serves the full breakfast throughout the day A full breakfast is a substantial cooked breakfast meal, often served in the United Kingdom and Ireland , that typically includes bacon , sausages , eggs , black pudding , baked beans , tomatoes ...

  8. Romanian language - Wikipedia

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    Romanian (obsolete spellings: Rumanian or Roumanian; autonym: limba română [ˈlimba roˈmɨnə] (), or românește, lit. 'in Romanian') is a Balkan Romance language spoken by approximately 24–26 million people as a native language, primarily in Romania and Moldova, and by another 4 million people as a second language.

  9. English cuisine - Wikipedia

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    English cuisine encompasses the cooking styles, traditions and recipes associated with England.It has distinctive attributes of its own, but also shares much with wider British cuisine, partly through the importation of ingredients and ideas from the Americas, China, and India during the time of the British Empire and as a result of post-war immigration.

  10. pub - Wiktionary

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    Pronunciation

    1. (General American, Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /pʌb/ 2. (Northern England) IPA(key): /pʊb/ 3. Rhymes: -ʌb, -ʊb

    Etymology 1

    Clipping of public house

    Etymology 2

    Clipping of public server

    Alternative forms

    1. pubi

    Noun

    pub 1. pub

    Etymology 1

    Clipping of publicité.

    Etymology 2

    Borrowed from English pub.

    Further reading

    1. “pub” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).

    Etymology

    Borrowed from English pub.

    Noun

    pub m (invariable) 1. pub

    Etymology

    From British English pub (“public house”)

    Noun

    pub m (definite singular puben, indefinite plural puber, definite plural pubene) 1. a pub

    References

    1. “pub” in The Bokmål Dictionary.

    Etymology

    From English pub.

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /pap/

    Noun

    pub m inan 1. pub(public house)

    Etymology

    From Austrian German Bub, Bube.

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /pûːb/ or IPA(key): /pûb/

    Noun

    pȗb or pȕb m (Cyrillic spelling пу̑б or пу̏б) (regional) 1. jack, knave in card games

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