In The Importance of Being Earnest, when Lady Bracknell asks Jack about his politics, he answers "Liberal Unionist". Here's the exchange:
Lady Bracknell: What are your politics?
Jack: Well, I am afraid I really have none. I am a Liberal Unionist.
LB: Oh, they count as Tories. They dine with us. Or come in the evening, at any rate.
I understand (from here; first paragraph) that the Liberal Unionists were allied with the Tories (hence "they dine with us"), but what does she mean by "or come in the evening"?