Over the last year I have dined with our Brown Bag Sommelier and he has prepared some tastings for our dining group.
Page Six says they dined on mussel soup, crayfish and artichoke risotto at a tony Venetian restaurant.
Gang members ordered hits from inside the jail and dined on salmon and Grey Goose vodka that was smuggled in on their behalf.
Virginia Woolf once said, “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
The sound made by clattering plates restores him to a restaurant where dined with his friend killed in the war.
Sometimes they lunched or dined at a restaurant alone together.
He dined with the upper mess so that Mrs. Flynn could devote herself to Pen.
Madame de Maintenon, though she supped in her own room, dined always at the king's table, sitting opposite him.
She ascertained fully to her satisfaction that her guests had dined.
So your protégée lives with those cameos of the Victorian era we dined with, and never sees the outside world?
late 13c., from Old French disner (Modern French dîner) "to dine, eat, have a meal," originally "take the first meal of the day," from stem of Gallo-Romance *desjunare "to break one's fast," from Vulgar Latin *disjejunare, from dis- "undo" (see dis-) + Late Latin jejunare "to fast," from Latin iejunus "fasting, hungry" (see jejune).
(Gen. 43:16). It was the custom in Egypt to dine at noon. But it is probable that the Egyptians took their principal meal in the evening, as was the general custom in the East (Luke 14:12).