With the assistance of some handsomely gowned women he opened a cafe on the Rue Royal where they could.
"Who Was Who: 5000 B. C. to Date" by Anonymous
Loud always is the Palais Royal, loudest the Cafe de Foy; such a miscellany of Citizens and Citizenesses circulating there.
"The French Revolution" by Thomas Carlyle
Mr. Johnson had visited the Royal Cafe earlier in the day and made himself familiar with its interior arrangement.
"That Mainwaring Affair" by Maynard Barbour
But Lady Sellingworth laughingly jibbed at the Cafe Royal.
"December Love" by Robert Hichens
Before the war he knew his Chelsea well, and the Cafe Royal and all the set who went there.
"An Onlooker in France 1917-1919" by William Orpen
He dined alone at the Cafe Royal.
"Too Old for Dolls" by Anthony Mario Ludovici
Each noon Paul drives Hazeltine and myself down the nearly deserted Champs-Elysees for lunch at the Cafe Royal.
"The Note-Book of an Attache" by Eric Fisher Wood
At the Palais Royal gardens, later from the Cafe de Foy, Camille Desmoulins is in his glory.
"Orphans of the Storm" by Henry MacMahon
In the Palais Royal there is one called "Le Cafe de mille Colonnes," which merits some description.
"Before and after Waterloo" by Edward Stanley
People quarrelled and fought in the Palais Royal, the cafes, and the theatres.
"Marie Antoinette and the Downfall of Royalty" by Imbert de Saint-Amand
We will chuck Soho and dine at the Cafe Royal.
"The Missioner" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Instead, he took a cab and was driven to the Cafe Royal.
"The Last Stroke" by Lawrence L. Lynch
We were not permitted to dine of a Saturday night at the Cafe Royal or have luncheon at Kettner's.
"I Walked in Arden" by Jack Crawford
It was only to be a promenade on the Boulevards, to end in a little dinner in the Cafe Riche, Royale, or the Maison Dore.
"The Child Wife" by Mayne Reid
To-night, if you wish to see me, I hope to be at the Cafe Royal, in the Rue Breidel at Liege, from eight till eleven.
"The Dispatch-Riders" by Percy F. Westerman
At the then popular Cafe Royal in Regent Street, Wilde and himself, with a few congenial men, spent many an evening.
"Edgar Saltus: The Man" by Marie Saltus
The life of our own Nicol of the Cafe Royal, for example, would not be without interest; and what of Sherry and Delmonico?
"A Wanderer in Paris" by E. V. Lucas
Then we dined in a private room at the Cafe Royal.
"The Crime and the Criminal" by Richard Marsh
They were sitting in the Cafe Royal, in Regent Street.
"The Pauper of Park Lane" by William Le Queux
He usually passed his evenings with a few of his compatriots, playing dominoes at the Cafe Royal or the Cafe Monaco.
"Her Majesty's Minister" by William Le Queux