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bottle service

bottle service
 n.— «Some Chicago clubgoers wanting to feel like a VIP will shell out hundreds of dollars for their own bottle of expensive vodka or other liquor, then settle in to be doted on at a private table where they can see and be seen. But the Illinois Liquor Control Commission says the practice—known as bottle service—is illegal under state law.» —“‘Bottle service’ illegal, state tells bars” by Crystal Yednak Chicago Tribune Aug. 15, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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