table-hop


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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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Guests are also invited to enjoy one of our Grand Tasting Village Seminars where guests can learn satisfy their palates at home and table-hop to each highlighted restaurant exhibit and sample the very finest that Tampa Bay's restaurateurs have to offer.
At first, most people choose to stay in the auditorium and table-hop during commercial breaks, but look for the audience to thin out steadily over the course of the evening as people slip out to smoke by the bathrooms or get an early start on the People magazine party next door.
He loves to table-hop and talk about things his grandmother whipped up, including the pionono, a sponge cake invested with toffee, cashews and peanuts ($4.