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walk-on

1. 
a. a small part in a play or theatrical entertainment, esp one without any lines
b. (as modifier): a walk-on part
2. (of an aircraft or air service) having seats to be booked immediately before departure rather than in advance
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Tommy Vervaeke of Carlton & Associates Real Estate worked with Walk-On's to secure the location.
On Saturday, February 2, Walk-On's is erecting a massive tent behind the restaurant to cater to private corporate groups.
Companies in Boston and other contending cities interested in reserving space in the private party tent - which will feature live entertainment along with Walk-On's signature Louisiana-style food and drink specialties - need to act fast, while space is still available.
“No matter which teams are playing, we know their cities will send a strong contingent of fans, including companies that want to treat their guests to a true Louisiana experience without breaking the bank,” said Brandon Landry, co-founder and owner of Walk-On's and its parent company, Last In Concepts.
Walk-On's was voted “Best Sports Bar” and “Best New Restaurant” in Lafayette in both 2011 and 2012, and has been a wildly popular destination for ULL students, teachers and local residents since opening its doors just under two years ago.
“We love the good people of Lafayette, and we're proud that they seem to love us back,” said Jack Warner, co-founder and owner of Walk-On's and its parent company, Last In Concepts.