Clicking it in will give you the option to decide what happens when you long press the power button.
couvert or "cover" in the sense of place-setting derived from the French past participle according to the OED: "Cover (7): After French couvert, (1) ‘the covering or furniture of a Table for the meale of a prince’ (Cotgrave), the cloth, plates, knives, forks, etc.
That’s the price of admission to One World Observatory, the three-level (floors 101 through 103) viewing complex that swallowed One, the inventively named fancy eatery, and two other “curated” (whatever that means) food venues on the 101st floor — a “Bar and Grill” and a grab-and-go-style “Marketplace.” New Yorkers speak: Would you pay a cover charge to eat in the restaurant at the top of 1 WTC?
“If you live here in New York, you know very well you don’t pay to get in a place and then to eat.” — Lauriel Smith, 32, beauty blogger, lower Manhattan There’s no way to reach any of them without buying a ticket to the observatory (seniors, ; 6- to 12-year-olds, ; under 5, free).
As a downtown resident, we’ve had enough to deal with.
I’m in favor of great new restaurants, but if you’re going to charge me just to walk in the door, I’m not going to walk in that door.” Ordinary New Yorkers whose tax dollars helped pay to rebuild the World Trade Center should scream bloody murder.