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Of Claire's movements between the time when she secured her ticket at the steamship offices at Southampton and the moment when she entered Reigelheimer's Restaurant it is not necessary to give a detailed record.
She was still in this hesitant frame of mind when she entered Reigelheimer's Restaurant, and it perturbed her that she could not come to some definite decision on Mr Pickering, for those subtle signs which every woman can recognize and interpret told her that the latter, having paved the way by talking machinery for a week, was about to boil over and speak of higher things.
But as Soapy set foot inside the restaurant door the head waiter's eye fell upon his frayed trousers and decadent shoes.
On the opposite side of the street was a restaurant of no great pretensions.
Bredin paid him his eighteen shillings with a grunt, and Paul walked out of the restaurant a masterless man.
It was at about five minutes after one that afternoon that Constable Thomas Parsons, patrolling his beat, was aware of a man motioning to him from the doorway of Bredin's Parisian Cafe and Restaurant.
The Duchess turned away to greet a man who had paused before their couch on his way into the restaurant.
Why was not restaurant dining the vogue when I was a girl
The two men always met at the Century, or at some haunt of journalists and theatrical people, such as the restaurant where Winsett had proposed to go for a bock.
I say, do let's go to one of those restaurants in the Boul' Mich' and have a snack together, shall we?
This must be a millionaire, for the restaurant was the "Milan.
The restaurant was glittering, but still comparatively empty.
We reached Paddington at seven, and drove direct to the restaurant I have before described, where we partook of a light meal, left Montmorency, together with suggestions for a supper to be ready at half-past ten, and then continued our way to Leicester Square.
But when she saw Evie at the entrance of the restaurant, staring fiercely at nothing after the fashion of athletic women, her heart failed her anew.
And this was strange, since the Italian restaurant is such a peculiarly British institution.