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table-hop

in. to move from table to table in a restaurant, nightclub, bar, etc. They would table-hop—to the great dismay of the waiters.
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Standing on a chair he delivers the SpaaMART rules, and the table-hopping, speed-dating, and pitching begins.
Halfway through the night there was a bit of table-hopping, organised by hosts Julian Simmons and Carolyn Stewart.
For instance, individual tables make it difficult for the speaker to convey information, and often turn him or her into little more than a table-hopping sommelier.
Swept by soft spring breezes, the tent made an airy setting for an elaborate dinner by Michael's, table-hopping, and dancing to the David Martin Band.
It didn't matter if a venue was as empty as Jordan's head or so full that a poppadom would have had trouble table-hopping, if we so much as glanced at a restaurant, we were practically dragged inside by someone promising the best prices, best tables and, of course, the best curry in London.
The table-hopping and, of course, the champagne, help lubricate the atmosphere.
Everybody had fun table-hopping to get his sugar fix.
Not quite the Evening Standard luncheon," deadpanned one London producer afterward at the Tony dinner, an event remarkable for a degree of table-hopping all but unheard-of in England.
During a splashy event, Handsome Hunk went table-hopping to greet the guests.
On a Monday night, actually the club's soft opening, we caught Noel Cabangon playing James Taylor, Jackson Browne and Eraserheads classics, while Vinzon went table-hopping to greet friends.
Table-hopping Franco Laurel and Agile Zamora were taking instant memories on their Instamatics.
This is Cebu table-hopping, said Nelia, Flor, Cookie and Chinggay Utzurrum when they next met shortly after at the Prince Fusion gourmet restaurant of the Golden Prince Hotel and Suites.