Johnny: Hello! Hello? Excuse me! Excuse me?
Olivia: Just sit down anywhere – they don’t have waiters in here!
Johnny: Oh, ok, is it ok if I sit here?
Olivia: Sure...but you’ll need to go to the counter if you want anything...
Johnny: Actually, I’m not really here to eat, or anything. I’m supposed to be meeting someone.
Olivia: Well, wait here long enough, most of London will come in...
Olivia: Just joking.
Sarah: Excuse me, is anybody sitting here?
Olivia: I can’t see anyone!
Olivia: Just joking. Go ahead, sit down.
Olivia: You might be waiting a while if you sit here.
Olivia: There are no waiters here – people usually just go up to the counter and order whatever they want.
Sarah: Oh...well...I’m just supposed to be meeting someone here actually...
Olivia: Not him, by any chance?
Olivia: This guy here!
Sarah: Oh. No...
Johnny: No...I am waiting to meet someone...but not you! Where are you from, anyway?
Sarah: Well, I live in London now, but I’m originally from Shanghai.
Johnny: Thought so! I’m from Hong Kong.
Olivia: Sorry to interrupt..but who are you both waiting for?
Johnny: I’m waiting for my friend Harry...
Sarah: ...and I’m waiting for my friend Magda...
Olivia: How interesting!
Johnny: Erm...why’s that interesting?
Olivia: Because Harry and Magda are both friends of mine as well, and right now I’m waiting for both of them too...and here they are!
Olivia: Let’s make this easier - I’m Olivia!
Johnny: I’m Johnny. I’m a friend of...
Harry: ...mine. He’s a friend of mine. I’m Harry.
Sarah: Ok! I’m Sarah, and I’m a friend of...
Magda: ...mine! I’m Magda. Nice to meet you!
Olivia: This is complicated, isn’t it? Shall I get some tea? I think we’ll need a big pot, this might take some time. So, how do we all know each other..?
anywhere (adverb) In any place
Is there anywhere to buy a snack?...