no-host

[noh-hohst]
adjective Chiefly Western U.S.
requiring patrons and guests to pay a fee for attendance or to pay for any food and drink they consume: a no-host cocktail party; a no-host dinner-dance.
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The breakfast is a no-host breakfast, which means that breakfast foods are made available but no one is there to serve them.
Host or no-host, full bar or beer and wine, beverage service is also available.
The evening includes dance contests, light refreshments and a no-host bar.
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