banqueting


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eating an elaborate meal (often accompanied by entertainment)

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The tables in the great banqueting room groaned under the weight of game of all kinds; of venison from the woods, and fish from the lakes, with hunters' delicacies, such as buffalos' tongues, and beavers' tails, and various luxuries from Montreal, all served up by experienced cooks brought for the purpose.
Then there was a bright drugget over the faded carpet, the little rocking-chair and sewing-table stood at one window, the ivy ran all over the other, and hid the banqueting performances which went on in that corner.
Modern additions such as a bar, kitchen, lighting, under-floor heating and toilets were also installed, to make the hall comfortable for 21st century guests whilst retaining the beauty and character of a medieval banqueting setting.
ST GEORGE'S Hall is to be turned into a medieval banqueting hall for a special step back in time.
uk The unique interactive dining experience on Saturday, April 25, will feature games, songs ST GEORGE'S Hall is to be turned into a medieval banqueting hall for a special step back in time.
Then you are deflected either right towards the banqueting hall or left to a foyer in which space whooshes upwards and you can see, though not reach, galleries in which the circulation of the first and second floors is exposed.
The approach to the banqueting hall is completely different: before you come to the building's big space, you pass a large curved cave lined with cherrywood that acts as cloakroom.
34) The decoration of banqueting rooms with images of the five senses was a north European convention, a consequence of the prevalence of the banquet of sense in Dutch art.
announced today that another world landmark hotel, the Stakis Birmingham Metropole, is the latest European property to automate sales, marketing, conference and banqueting functions with Delphi 7.