Recent Examples of à la carte from the Web
The new craft beverage will debut from noon to 5 p.m. at the Ballantyne Beer Garden on the South Lawn, with live music and an a la carte menu.
The difference between getting news from an RSS reader and getting it from Facebook or Twitter or Nuzzel or Apple News is a bit like the difference between a Vegas buffet and an a la carte menu.
Cusp Dining & Drinks will serve a new a la carte brunch menu Easter Sunday with featured items like chile relleno or quinoa, chia and coconut porridge.
The seafood plates, like the steaks, are a la carte.
The festival requires theme-park admission; food and drinks are a la carte.
An a la carte menu will be served along the regular menu.
Cost, info: Pixter Pro Pack lists for $154.90 (lenses are about $55 apiece a la carte).
Simi’s goes from an outstanding lunch buffet destination to a wholly ordinary a la carte dinner experience, one fraught with echoes of the value and quality of its daytime incarnation.
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Origin and Etymology of à la carte
First Known Use: 1816See Words from the same year
À LA CARTE Defined for English Language Learners
: with a separate price for each item on the menu
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