What Does CAKEAGE Mean?

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The Quick Answer

Cakeage means "Charge Levied by Restaurants to Cut and Plate a Cake."

More Observations...

Cakeage refers to the fee that some restaurants charge customers for cutting and serving a cake that the client has brought to the restaurant. Cakeage is a play on the term corkage, which is the fee charged when clients bring their own drinks to a restaurant (often referred to as "BYOB").

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meaning of Cakeage

Cakeage fees vary and are often not charged at all.

Summary of Key Points

"Charge Levied by Restaurants to Cut and Plate a Cake" is, by far, the most common meaning for Cakeage when it is used in a text. (Bear in mind that it could have another meaning if used in a different context.)
Definition:Charge Levied by Restaurants to Cut and Plate a Cake
Guessability:guessability level 2

2: Quite easy to guess

Typical Users:typical user
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