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Customers also can choose to order their Thanksgiving meal a la carte.
Recipes will remain the same, with burgers and sides sold a la carte, though the menu will switch slightly.
Amid deteriorating public services, Mr. Madigan persuaded 15 House Republicans to back Mr. Rauner’s tax hike a la carte, which spared 11 Democrats in conservative districts from having to take a tough vote.
One of those doors was an invite to a month-long residency at Intro in Chicago, where Reider’s food was offered a la carte — and won accolades.
Pro tip: Stop by for a la carte brunch on Saturdays or all-you-can-eat brunch on Sundays.
Mango menu changes Mango’s Tropical Cafe is opening up its menu, starting to serve a la carte dishes to go with its prix-fixe dinner and a show course.
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Origin and Etymology of à la carte
First Known Use: 1816See Words from the same year
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