cover charge

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a fixed charge by a restaurant or nightclub over and above the charge for food and drink

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And it's tough for gay drinkers, with popular haunts The George and The Dragon introducing cover charges.
While some tents require a minimum spend, others have a flat cover charge per head.
Le Meridien Mina Seyahi : Cover charge Dh20; minimum spend: Dh55
Al Khaima, Le Royal Meridien: Cover charge Dh99, includes 4 starters
Al Kufa and Courtyard, Royal Mirage: Cover charge Dh35
Cover charge is pounds 3 or pounds 6.50, including bar meal.
There is no cover charge. A column on Page 3 of Friday's Ticket listed an incorrect date, and a calendar item on Page 20 erroneously included a cover charge.
Two pubs and a nightclub in Newcastle were given the go-ahead to stay open until the early hours ( without a pounds 5 cover charge.
But compromise deals on opening hours were thrashed out for all three venues without the need for cover charges.
Members of the licensing committee decided not to impose an extra entry charge on the club ( which already has various cover charges ( after bosses argued it would be unfair to customers.
It's' got great writing that often involves some research, such as the "Loser's Guide to San Diego: Spot '#57," "Dates from Hell," and "Bounced: Even Serial Killers Have to Pay the Cover Charge." It's got some record reviews and your basic punk mayhem attitude, but not without self-deprecating sarcasm.
It has no cover charge and features the blues at 10 nightly.
Cover charge ranges from $3 to $5 weeknights, a little more on weekends.
Cover charges will range from $2 to $7 with occasional free shows, said Steve Barnes of 3Rivers Productions, the company that's booking the space.