plat du jour

\ ˌplä-də-ˈzhu̇r How to pronounce plat du jour (audio) , ˌpla-\
plural plats du jour\ ˌplä-​də-​ˈzhu̇r How to pronounce plats du jour (audio) , ˌpla-​ \

Definition of plat du jour

: a dish that is featured by a restaurant on a particular day

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Féau, formerly at the Royce and Wally’s Santa Monica, will oversee a selection of French classics and plats du jour, including white-wine-poached mackerel, ahi tuna piperade, hanger steak with shallots, and a Grand Marnier soufflé. Hadley Tomicki,, "Jeremy Fox to open Birdie G's this week, Pizzana in WeHo and Leo's Tacos in the SFV," 18 June 2019 Quarterbacks are very much the plat du jour as far this year’s free agency is concerned, with Kirk Cousins clearly the main prize. Dan Cancian, Newsweek, "2018 NFL Free Agency: Top 10 Players Available This Year," 13 Mar. 2018 Aside from the plat du jour, the menu never changed. Don And Petie Kladstrup, Smithsonian, "Does the Classic Paris Meal Still Exist?," 9 Feb. 2017

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First Known Use of plat du jour

1906, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for plat du jour

French, literally, plate of the day

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The first known use of plat du jour was in 1906

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