What Is the Difference between Cafe and Restaurant?

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The difference between a cafe and a restaurant is usually not very noticeable. The idea behind a cafe is to offer a light, casual environment, sometimes outside, to sip on drinks and eat lunch or snacks. A restaurant, on the other hand, usually offers much more varied service, a formal environment, and is designed around the idea of the 'meal', usually dinner.
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