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Zero Foodprint ended up suggesting a voluntary 1% surcharge on bills, just a few cents per diner, which can go to farmers to help them implement healthy-soil projects.
Unmasked diners seated indoors at full capacity sounds like, to be frank, a disaster in the making — which might explain why other states have not yet charged full speed ahead to reopening at full capacity.
Customers must wear masks except when they’re seated, and diners must leave contact information for tracing, Cuomo said.
We finally did find a table, at a favorite place—La Scampagnata—and marveled at the sheer number of diners.
Restaurateurs can no longer cram diners in for tagliatelle and grigliata mista.
During that weekend, he writes, he met a two girls in a diner.
“There are various iterations of my life out there,” says Billy Hayes, digging into his Eggs Benedict at a Manhattan diner.
Eventually, even the most enthusiastic diner will tire of going to his restaurant.
“You can host a sit-down diner for 140, and the house can accommodate 700 people at a party,” Davenport says proudly.
In the new world order where every diner is a critic, there is a lot of feigned expertise.
Then said he in himself, "Most like he knoweth not its value;" so he brought out of his pocket a gold diner and gave it to him.
Mrime gives the following note: C'est l'usage en Russie de prendre de l'eau-de-vie un peu avant le diner.
Hillhouse was not a regular diner with Cooper, but he introduced there a friend who became much more regular in his attendance.
This little girl's mother is to-day a celebrated beauty—and her next-door diner was farmed out and insured.
"Yes, there is one diner who has ordered a singular meal," replied a garon, in reply to a question.
On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to diner, such as: bistro, booth, coffee shop, saloon, automat, and canteen.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.