See you IN or See You AT?
See you IN the restaurant or see you AT the restaurant?
Whenever I say “Both are correct” to my students, they get surprised.
See you in the restaurant simply means we are referring to the situation in which the speaker is surrounded by walls or a place, we refer to the inclusion of space. The speaker is surrounded by something, enclosed in space.
See you AT the restaurant simply means that we are referring to the exact spot. W can use this preposition in with many other words. You can watch the YouTube video for more examples.
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