Portmanteau terms for late-afternoon dining
published on: Schott's Vocab
A new dining phenomenon is legitimate when it gets a portmanteau name. “Linner” or “dunch” is served between 3-5 p.m., often a time for restaurants to close and prepare for dinner rush. “Linner” ( or “dunch”) is becoming such a trend in New York City that the New York Post went out to find some notable places selling it.