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# Clue
1. "Filling stations"
2. Spots on the Left Bank
3. Tourists' meccas
4. Some are on sidewalks
5. Contents of urnes
6. Barrooms
7. Dining spots
8. Eating places
9. Restaurants
10. Left Bank meeting places
11. Some occupy sidewalks
12. Boites
13. Smokey Joe's and others
14. Euro meeting spots
15. Champs Elysees sights
16. Sidewalk eateries
17. Champs-Elysees sights
18. Saint-Germain-des-Pres sights
19. Places with coffee and pastries
20. Some eateries
21. Joe spots
22. Bookstore fixtures
23. Paris bistros
24. Starbucks stores
25. Champs-أ‰lysأ©es sights
26. Espresso spots
27. Latte spots
28. Java purveyors
29. Sidewalk restaurant
30. Alfresco eateries
31. Trendy eateries
32. Places to drink lattes, write poetry, and wear berets, stereotypically
33. Modern bookstore fixtures
34. Trysting places, perhaps
35. Outdoor eateries
36. Spots for lattes
37. Java dives
38. Cappuccino sellers
39. They often have Wi-Fi hotspots
40. Sidewalk restaurants
41. Some out-of-the-way places
42. Some Wi-Fi offerers
43. Tables-on-the-street restaurants
44. Settings for Manet
45. Some Wi-Fi providers
46. Left Bank eateries
47. Bookstore adjuncts
48. Eat-on-the-street places
49. They often offer free Wi-Fi
50. Cabaret cousins
51. Parisian eateries
52. Paris sights
53. Prop for Houdini
54. Who asked "Am I my brother's keeper?"
55. Something a complainer might raise
56. El ___ (Chevy coupe)
57. Pizza joint menu item
58. 28 Across exile
59. An Abel brother
60. Toothy reptile of South America
61. Spots to sup on the sidewalk
62. French Starbucks orders
63. Informal restaurants
64. Eateries
65. Places to see some laptops, often
66. Spots to sit and sip
67. Bistros
68. Cabarets
69. Sidewalk sights
70. Truck-drivers' stops
71. Nightclubs
72. Filling stations
73. Estaminets
74. Boأ®tes
75. Lunch spots
76. Batting backstop
77. Hoops player
78. Popular surfing spots
79. Tearooms
80. Champs أ‰lysأ©es sights
81. Casual eateries
82. Champs
83. Parisian sidewalk sights
84. Champs-
85. Diners
86. Parisian diners
87. Sights along Paris's Champs-Élysées
88. "Sidewalk" eateries
89. Al fresco eateries
90. Barnes & Noble eateries
91. Bistros.
92. Bookstore amenities
93. Bookstore eateries
94. Bookstore features often
95. Boulevard oases.
96. Cabaret relatives
97. Cappuccino purveyors
98. Casual dining spots
99. Central Perk and Monk's of TV
100. Champs Elysees eateries
101. Champs-Elysees eateries
102. Coffee bars
103. Coffee houses
104. Coffee shops
105. Coffee spots
106. Coffeebar locales often
107. Coffeehouses
108. Coffeehouses.
109. Common spots for first dates
110. Diner's choice.
111. Eating place
112. Eating places.
113. Espresso offerers
114. Estaminets.
115. French eateries
116. Grills.
117. Hubs for telecommuters
118. Informal eateries
119. Internet sites?
120. Java joints
121. Latter-day salon sites
122. Many establishments on Paris's Boulevard Saint-Germain
123. Paris eateries
124. Parisian hangouts
125. Parisian snack sites
126. Pick-me-up places
127. Places for casual conversation
128. Places one can get a latte and hang out for hours on their laptop
129. Places that may have blackboards
130. Places to do crosswords
131. Places to do crosswords or maybe write poetry
132. Places to drink lattes write poetry and wear berets stereotypically
133. Places to eat
134. Places to see some laptops often
135. Posh snack spots
136. Quebec City sidewalk eateries
137. Rive Gauche sights
138. Sidewalk ___.
139. Sidewalk enterprises
140. Sidewalk sights.
141. Sidewalk umbrella sites
142. Sights alone the Champs Elysees
143. Sights along the Champs-Elysees
144. Sites for some sidewalk suppers
145. Small restaurants
146. Soho attractions.
147. Soho specialties.
148. Some live music venues
149. Some meeting places
150. Supper clubs
151. The servers
152. Their seats face the street in France
153. They often have small tables
154. Trysting places perhaps
155. Wi-Fi connection spots
156. Where Parisians meet
157. Coffeebar locales, often
158. It may include latte
159. Zoo enclosure
160. Common alkaloid
161. American composer
162. Lovebirds' place
163. Collarless robe
164. It may be for the birds
165. Pet store purchase
166. Long robe
167. Zoo keeper?
168. Lab rat's home
169. Ankle-length garment
170. Food fight site
171. Consequence of too much Starbuck's, perhaps
172. Batting practice structure
173. Lock up
174. Imprisoned
175. B-baller
176. The Dark Knight actor
177. Lyricist Sammy
178. Evasive
179. Be in charge ... as a doctor?
180. Shut your pie hole!
181. Finger food
182. Summon
183. Soft-soap
184. 'Silent' president
185. Shrewd and clever
186. Sly
187. Night spots
188. Full-length garment
189. Confine
190. Part of a pound
191. Pent up
192. Hamster's home
193. Zoo feature
194. Hamster home
195. Bar room?
196. Cable channel featuring people drinking lattes
197. Court figures
198. Half-___ (Starbucks orders)
199. Canary's home.
200. Good place to eat.
201. Hockey goal.
202. Relatives of taverns.
203. Garment worn in the Levant.
204. Night clubs.
205. Paris specialties.
206. Rooms for refreshments.
207. Where society gathers.
208. Eating place.
209. Sidewalk sights in Paris.
210. The night club set.
211. Levantine garb.
212. Rich silk cloth of Middle Ages.
213. Restaurant.
214. Examples of the "do-it-yourself" era.
215. Cashier's booth.
216. Elevator car.
217. The "in" crowd.
218. Batting practice prop.
219. Relatives of taverns
220. Night clubs
221. Where society gathers
222. Paris specialties
223. Rooms for refreshments
224. Boulevard oases
225. Sidewalk ___
226. Soho attractions
227. Soho specialties
228. Grills