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  • noun A feature of many upscale bars and nightclubs by which patrons may purchase entire bottles of alcoholic drink for their personal consumption, sometimes including extras such as a reserved table or the services of a dedicated host.


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  • "Bottle Service: A Brief History

    Nowadays, no New York club opening is complete without it. Here's how we wound up paying $300 for a bottle of Stoli delivered to the table"

    "Can clubland survive without bottle service?

    Next week, City Council member Melinda Katz's resolution to rid the city of the practice in which an exorbitant sum is charged for a bottle of liquor (plus mixers!) begins its long journey toward being a law."

    December 23, 2009