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[tey-buh l-sahyd] /ˈteɪ bəlˌsaɪd/
adjective, adverb
alongside or at a table, especially in a restaurant:
tableside dessert trays; a dish prepared tableside.
the area around or beside a table. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • He or she should do it tableside, so you can monitor its treatment.
  • It's used to marinade meats, and tableside as a sauce.
  • And naturally, nurses are tableside, overseeing your stay.
  • Breakfast and lunch are buffet style with tableside drink service.
  • The dinner menu highlights such selections as a quiche of the day, steak tartar and grilled fish filleted tableside.
  • Whole fish and shellfish, line-caught throughout the world, are priced per pound and shown tableside before cooking.
  • Selections include meat and vegetable bowls, sushi, and mackerel treats that servers cook at tableside with a blowtorch.
  • Servers dressed as gauchos provide tableside samplings of barbecued meat on skewers.
  • The statute dictates that its raw-egg-based dressing must be prepared tableside, under the diner's gaze.
  • Someone put money in a tableside jukebox and a popular tune played.

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