Recent Examples of à la carte from the Web
The menu will be offered a la carte, with a few other Ava Gene's dishes.
Menu price range: small plates, soups and salads $6-$13; a la carte entrées $21-$29.
While most omakase bars don’t allow a la carte dining, Omakase Room by Tatsu is the exception.
Some of the same dishes from my omakase meal also appear on the a la carte dinner menu, among them donburi with truffles and the lava rock wagyu beef.
Eating There Estate offers a la carte Bandanese lunches and candlelit buffet dinners to guests and non-guests alike.
Like many new restaurants, Portsmith charges for bread, offering rolls a la carte for $2 apiece.
Ten Palms Restaurant will also offer a buffet Saturday for $35 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and an a la carte menu until 8 p.m. For the third consecutive year, Gulfstream will serve as a satellite location for the Breeders’ Cup Betting Challenge.
Consumers are ditching expensive cable packages for a la carte streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.
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Origin and Etymology of à la carte
First Known Use: 1816See Words from the same year
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