Café

A café (/ˈkæfeɪ/ or /kæˈfeɪ/), also spelled cafe, in most countries is an establishment that focuses on serving coffee. The name derives from the French, Portuguese and Spanish word for the drink and is often pronounced "kaff" (/ˈkæf/) in British English.

In the United States, "cafe" may refer to an informal restaurant offering a range of hot meals and made-to-order sandwiches, also known as a coffeeshop, while what is regarded as a café elsewhere is termed a coffeehouse.

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