wine and dine
wine and dine
- to treat somebody (usually a woman) to wine and dinner;
- take someone out to dinner at a luxury restaurant;
- to have a scrumptious meal;
- to provide a lavish meal including meal and drink.
- The wine and dine at this hotel is among the best that you will ever find.
- She has not had a chance to wine and dine with him yet. It is at that stage that they will get to know each other better.
- The itinerary has mentioned about wine and dine sessions at the best hotels in country.
- The wine and dine at the Niko’s Bistro was so bad that we were almost certain that they did not pay any attention to the preps.
- I may not know about all the fancy wine and dine places but I certainly know about the ones that are good and hearty providers.
- Would you like to wine and dine with my family on Tuesday?
- This place is especially known for the wine and dine that they offer.
- The wine and dine at the Bishop’s is top notch ever since they have hired a new chef.
In medieval England, food that was served with wine would be considered lavish and that is where the phrase is speculated to have originated from.
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