Asked • 08/08/19

What does "two-meal" mean in "There's nothing that could get him away from that two-meal town."?

It's a quote from the movie "The Godfather II", Tom and Frankie's scene:>Frankie: Did my brother go back?>Tom: Yeah, don't worry.>Frankie: He's ten time tougher than me-- my brother. He's old fashioned.>Tom: He didn't want to go out for dinner. He just wanted to go straight home.>Frankie: That's my brother. **There's nothing that could get him away from that two-meal town.** He could have been big here, could've had his own family.English is not my native language, BTW. I think "two-meal" is an adjective to "town", but I can't understand its meaning.

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Jillian B. answered • 08/09/19

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