A small restaurant that serves simple, easily prepared meals. (noun)
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Use "luncheonette" in a sentence
"Sam’s was an antiquated joint of the type that used to be called a luncheonette in New York."
""I'm just a working artist," he said during a conversation on the patio of a Nashville luncheonette."
"And a moment later, thinking nothing of the odd decoration, I exited the luncheonette triumphantly clutching the breached bag of Sugar Babies, the bell of the closing door jingling behind me."