See also: off-site
offsite (not comparable)
- Away from a main location; in a place not owned by a particular organisation.
2009 February 1, David Kaufman, “Airport Hotels That Invite Lingering”, in New York Times:
- At nearly all Aloft properties, for instance, the chain has introduced lower-cost dishes — pulled pork burritos, pesto pizzas, Asian sesame noodles, for example — priced at $4 to $12 as guests begin to shy away from pricey offsite restaurants.