Translation of cafe in Spanish:

cafe

café, n.

(café)

Pronunciation /kæˈfeɪ//ˈkafeɪ//ˈkafi//kəˈfeɪ/

noun

  • 1

    (coffee bar) café masculine
    (coffee bar) cafetería feminine
    (restaurant) restaurante económico
    • To help maintain your dancing energy, a café will serve inexpensive light meals in the downstairs lounge throughout the evening.
    • They'll be showing up everywhere in cafes, tearooms, restaurants.
    • Small restaurants, cafes selling coffee and tea, as well as stalls selling sandwiches and fruit juice are in abundance, spread all over the city.
    • We spend the afternoon wandering around the area in the blistering heat, popping into the various cafes to drink the best coffee in the world.
    • There are supermarkets to buy food, takeaways, cafes and licensed restaurants.
    • However, be prepared to step up a gear around the huge variety of bars, restaurants and cafes serving delicious meals at less than a fiver-a-head on the Avineda del Generalrismo.
    • There are well-lit shopping malls, ice cream parlours, restaurants, eateries, cafes, so on and so forth.
    • Even though it was still some time till midday, diners were greedily eating in the restaurants and cafés.
    • An hour later the three were chatting over hot chocolate in the small cafe that served hot drinks and food to skaters.
    • Away from boulevards and cafes, away from lights and crowds, he lived among the narrow, twisting alleys behind the quartier portugais.
    • I want to drink coffee in cafes and laugh with my friends.
    • They are sold in supermarkets, cafés and restaurants.
    • Urban dwellers may eat a light meal at a café or restaurant in the evening.
    • We could go into cafes and restaurants and enjoy a decent meal without having to exceed a tenner.
    • These events are often held at restaurants, cafes and coffee houses.
    • Young men and women walk or sit together in the parks, while older men gather in cafes to drink tea and play backgammon.
    • This corner of trendy Broughton Street has seen a number of restaurants, bistros and cafes come and go in relatively quick succession, but the most recent arrival looks like being a keeper.
    • He said that the research also revealed that people were becoming increasingly concerned about hygiene practices in takeaways, restaurants and cafes.
    • He could not enter restaurants or cafés apart from third-class railway and steamer buffets.
    • The idea is that the actual bylaw stays in place but the police will exercise greater discretion to allow drinking in closed off areas outside cafes and restaurants.
  • 2

    • 2.1US (bar)

      bar de copas masculine
      • Some time later (the next night, it seems) she stumbles drunk into a cafe where he happens to be.
      • Jake suggested the four go to a café for drinks, and all gladly accepted.
      • Many have taken to paying people to go to bars, cafes and clubs to talk up the relative merits of a product to complete strangers in the guise of casual conversation.
      • People were filling the cafes and bars that occupied the ground floors as we went to bed around 1PM.
      • At no more that half an hour's drive or train journey away, we would go there to shop, have a bite of lunch, and stop off at a cafe for a drink.
      • We'd go to nightclubs and cafés, hear jazz bands play or go to open-air symphonies.
      • After we had taken a picture of every square inch of the landscape we headed back inside for a drink in the cafe.
      • For example, they have a club that hosts gay discos once a week and a cafe / bar which is gay friendly and is mainly used by lesbians.
      • Everyone in the cafe had stopped drinking and was looking over at us.
      • Like it or not, bars, pubs and cafés are our public squares, where people meet to participate in the social life of the city.
      • The docks area of Leith buzzes with a large selection of pubs, cafes and clubs.
      • The clashes are mostly triggered over protection rackets targeting nightclubs, bars and karaoke cafes operated by soldiers and policemen.
      • The album as a whole sets you in the back of a 70's jazz café, where you can witness budding young musicians showcasing their talents.
      • I hung out in neighborhoods, and went to cafes at night.
      • I'd felt content, unburdened in the café, drinking and laughing and free of gossip for a spell.

    • 2.2(nightclub)

      discoteca feminine