Refers to a place where groups of people, typically seniors and farmers gather to have coffee and converse about the days events. The term has its origins in rural Saskatchewan and Alberta, typically "coffee row" occurs in small town restaurants and CO-OP's, but the phenomena has been observed in fast food restaurants in large cities as well as any restaurant that serves "bottomless" cups of coffee and is not too strict on what some would consider loitering.
"Hey, I heard some interesting gossip up at coffee today."

"I am going to go coffee row it up at the CO-OP with the guys."
作者 The Saskaboogieman 2012年10月23日

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