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breastaurant n. a restaurant that features scantily clad or sexually appealing waitresses. Editorial Note: This term usually refers to the restaurant chain “Hooters.” (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


weeded adj. busy, swamped, in the weeds. Editorial Note: This term appears to be specific to the restaurant business. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


weeded  adj.— «I have been to this restaurant several times. Service is not always great, but they are so incredibly busy that I am pretty forgiving. However, my most recent visit was incredibly frustrating. The waiter was severly...


rail  n.— «When the restaurant closed, we’d take over the bar, drinking Cristal—which we’d buy at cost—and running fat rails of coke from one end of the bar to the other, then crawling along all fours to snort them.» —by Anthony...

mama put

mama put n. a small food stand or restaurant. Editorial Note: The etymological information in the 2001 cite has not been verified. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


dub-dub n. a restaurant server or waiter. Editorial Note: Possibly specific to the TGI Friday’s restaurant chain. Etymological Note: Clipped pronunciation of first letters of waiter and waitress (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)