Places that sell coffee apparently need help with their apostrophes (see this previous post). Here's another coffee-related apostrophe error:
Wish for good coffee at the in-laws
Let's pretend for a second that we're not wishing for good coffee at this place but rather at my house. How would we write it?
Wish for good coffee at Bonnie's
Note the apostrophe. So where does an apostrophe go in the original sentence? The apostrophe goes at the end of a plural noun, which in this case is "in-laws":
Wish for good coffee at the in-laws'
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