restauranter vs restaurateur : Common Errors in English

About restauranter vs restaurateur

In standard English, the title for the owner of a restaurant is “restaurateur” (note: no N).

restauranter Meaning(s)

  • (n) the proprietor of a restaurant

restaurateur Meaning(s)

  • (n) the proprietor of a restaurant

restaurateur in News

  1. Branching out: Robert St. John opens custom cocktail lounge

    Local chef, restaurateur and author Robert St. John is branching out again, bringing a wider variety of culinary and nightlife options to Hattiesburg residents.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Hattiesburg American

  2. PREP BLOG: Cooke hopes first offer gets ball rolling

    Local chef, restaurateur and author Robert St. - 11:51 pm The inspection of ballot materials and boxes continues. - 11:52 pm
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Hattiesburg American

  3. Orland Park restaurateur hides from bank lawsuit

    An Orland Park restaurateur who once donated $350,000 worth of trees and shrubs to the village of Orland Park has made himself scarce in the face of a foreclosure lawsuit, court records show. Bryan Sord once owned several local restaurants, including Opa’s Greek Taverna and the Park Hills Pancake Cafe as well as the now-closed Charley Horse restaurants in Orland Park and New Lenox. He no longer ...
    on June 11, 2013 Source: SouthtownStar

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