Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Eatery"

The meaning of "Eatery" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What does "popular eatery" mean?
Thanks a lot. mean?
A: a restaurant that is very popular- a lot of people visit and enjoy it.
Q: What does eatery mean?
A: Thank you! According to this site, I can say "This is a high-class eatery." A high-class casual restaurant? Umm...but I think I can imagine it. They don't serve full course meals but their furniture are classy.
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Synonyms of "Eatery" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between eatery and restaurant ?
A: both are dinning place. but in my opinion, 'eatery' kind of small store/cafe which have limited menu. while 'restaurant' is more likely to have more options of menu.
Q: What is the difference between eatery and restaurant ?
A: Eatery is a place such as a restaurant or place that serves food

Restaurant is a place where people stay to eat the food

It’s kind of the same but eatery is more broad .

Can we go to this restaurant to eat, I heard they have a really good bbq?

There’s an eatery place down the block where you can order drinks and head on out.
Q: What is the difference between eatery and diner ?
A: 私は “eatery,” と “diner,” が同じこと(物?) だと思う。でも、毎日の話で “diner” がよくつかいます。I think “eatery” and “diner” mean the same thing, but in everyday speech, diner is used most often.
Q: What is the difference between eatery and restaurant and cafeteria ?
A: Restaurant is normally more expressive and formal. A restaurant will often have more complex food items to pick from. While a cafeteria is often found at jobs, or schools with very basic food items.

Other questions about "Eatery"

Q: Actually I don't know that much eateries around here because I usually don't go out to eat.
So I've searched some places down the street through Google. does this sound natural?
A: × Actually I don't know that much eateries around here because I usually don't go out to eat.
✓ Actually, I don't know many places to eat around here because I usually don't go out to eat.

× So I've searched some places down the street through Google.
✓ So I've searched for some places just down the street through Google.

You could say 'restaurants' instead of 'places to eat' if it is just restaurants (not cafes, etc).
You could say 'nearby' instead of 'just down the street.'
I personally would say 'using' instead of 'through'
Q: Actually I don't know that much eateries around here because I usually don't go out to eat.
So I've searched some places down the street through Google. does this sound natural?
A: × Actually I don't know that much eateries around here because I usually don't go out to eat.
✓ Actually I don't know that many eateries around here because I don't usually go out to eat.

Q: Please show me how to pronounce eatery / Italy.

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