Key:dinner

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Description
To indicate if a guesthouse, shop or amenity offers dinner.
Group: Properties
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may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
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This tag can be used to indicate if a guesthouse, shop or amenity offers dinner. Dinner is a meal offered in the evening.

When ordering À_la_carte, (dinner=a_la_carte), each course is prepared on demand.

A menu usually contains a choice of 2 or more fix orders of meal components (soup, salad, starter, main dish, dessert).
This is also called Table_d'hôte, but the headline of the card usually indicates "menu(e)",
so it might be more common to use dinner=menu. Feel free to use table_d_hote instead.

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Venues commonly offering dinner

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