We played tennis and then we went to a cafe for a drink.
Is it possible that 'for a drink' may imply 'an alcoholic drink'? I need to avoid any ambiguity. Is it better to be more precise, for example:
....and then went to a cafe for a coffee (tea, juice etc).
Thank you in advance.
Oh, thank you! The dictionaries I checked gave the expression only with an 'alcoholic' meaning