supper club


Definition of supper club

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Synonyms for supper club


bistro, boîte, cabaret, café (also cafe), club, nightclub, nightspot, nitery (also niterie), roadhouse

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Examples of supper club in a Sentence

a posh suburban supper club that caters to a generally well-heeled clientele

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When not in use by travelers, the couple use the space to host supper clubs and workshops, making this a creative hub for the local scene (events are posted on the home's Instagram). Rick Jordan, Condé Nast Traveler, "My Favorite Airbnb in Edinburgh: A Minimalist Haven in Old Town," 6 Sep. 2019 Char’s interior design has brass and marble finishes are combined with dark wood reminiscent of an old school supper club, its developers say. William Thornton |, al, "Char opening in Huntsville Aug. 26," 20 Aug. 2019 This performance is a benefit for the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and will take place at Lips with supporters of the center joining the supper club’s cast onstage. Rod Stafford Hagwood,, "Let the drag races begin: Five female impersonator performances you need in your life," 19 Aug. 2019 The food, however, will be strictly Italian, helmed by global supper club super stars Casa Tua. Erin Florio, Condé Nast Traveler, "The Hottest New Hotel Openings of Summer 2019," 9 July 2019 Next spring, a supper club-style restaurant called Swizzle will open on the 25th floor of the River Road hotel. Ben Tobin, The Courier-Journal, "Boozy new restaurant Swizzle to replace Rivue in Galt House Hotel's revolving 25th floor," 31 July 2019 Georgia Reese’s was a supper club that served Southern food and live music. Liz Biro, Indianapolis Star, "CharBlue is the 6th Downtown Indy restaurant to close this year," 8 July 2019 For many diners, the draw of the supper club goes beyond what a cook puts on a plate. San Diego Union-Tribune, "Must Reads: At this L.A. supper club, refugees share food and memories of the lives they left behind," 31 May 2019 There are supper clubs and catering companies, co-ops and cooking classes, breaking-bread dinners and culinary tours. Michael Kaminer, Washington Post, "‘Culinary solidarity’: Refugee dinners combat anti-immigration sentiment, one plate at a time," 28 June 2019

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First Known Use of supper club

1844, in the meaning defined above

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