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cover charge

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
cover chargeˈcover charge noun [countable]  DFmoney that you have to pay in a restaurant in addition to the cost of the food and drinks, especially when there is a band or dancing
Examples from the Corpus
cover chargeOn Wednesday and Thursday nights, the $5 cover charge is reduced to $3.The Stud had a three-dollar cover charge.
From Longman Business Dictionarycover chargeˈcover charge [countable] COMMERCEan amount of money you have to pay at some restaurants and clubs in addition to the cost of food and drinks charge
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