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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Ours was a quiet lunch on a Monday but St Petersburg really livens up every Friday and Saturday night when it hold its Bohemia Nights, which it describes as an "open-minded, table-hopping cultural oasis".
Racquel Decipeda and Robert Rayas were busy table-hopping.
It was all so different in the first half as Neil Warnock's table-hopping side looked to chalk up their ninth win in ten.
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.