hole-in-the-wall hole-in-the-wall


  • (n) a small unpretentious out-of-the-way place


  1. A few crematists, to popularize their profession, are charging only $50 to perform all disposal functions from death bed to hole-in-the-wall.
  2. Plumb, 49, became a habitu of a hole-in-the-wall caf frequented by local tradesmen and accompanied Conlon on explorations around the city.
  3. His epiphany came a decade ago, when as a free-lance writer he stumbled into the Well, cyberspace's oldest and best-known hole-in-the-wall.


  • Hidden taco spot is worth seeking out

    When it comes to restaurants, there are two kinds of "hole-in-the-wall" places. Some truly embody th ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Albuquerque Journal

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