dine at (some place)

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dine at (some place)

To eat somewhere, often a a place other than one's home, such as at a restaurant. We dined at our favorite restaurant tonight because neither of us felt like cooking.
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dine at (some place)

to eat at a place. We really like to dine at the small cafe on the corner. I hope we can dine at a fine restaurant for our anniversary.
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It examines the percentage of respondents who eat specific meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks) at these two types of restaurants, the frequency of dining at these restaurants, and usual dining companions.
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Levy Restaurants has provided premium dining at AEG owned STAPLES CENTER since it opened in 1999, and Wolfgang Puck Catering and Events has provided full service catering and concessions for the Kodak Theatre and The Colosseum at Caesars Palace since 2001.
We believe our members will enjoy iDine's consumer-friendly program, which will allow them to earn credit good toward the AOL service by simply dining at the many restaurants within iDine's nationwide network.