To run into or to run in?

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Dec 14, 2011 07:41
How can I say when I am in a hurry to go to a cafeteria to have lunch, for example?
Which is correct, "I ran into a cafe to have lunch" or "I ran in a cafe to have lunch"?
Does to run into mean to bump to something? If then, to run in can be correct. "I ran into a cafeteria" means "I bumped to a cafeteria". I did't do this. Is it correct?