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hash house

n. Slang
A cheap restaurant.

hash house

n
slang US a cheap café or restaurant

hash′ house`


n.
Slang.
a cheap restaurant or diner.
[1865–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hash house - an inexpensive restaurant
eatery, eating house, eating place, restaurant - a building where people go to eat
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Nick Neave, one of the organisers for the Newcastle Hash House Harriers, said: "We got Tshirts with the website address on to give out to runners so we could attract new members.
The Spa Hash House Harriers meet on the third alternate Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings of each month.
Son-in-law Geoff Kirby, 68, is one of the social set who meet every Sunday as part of an international network of nearly 2,000 groups of Hash House Harriers.
That's when the Northboro chapter of the Hash House Harriers running club will take to the streets for their fourth annual Red Dress 5K Run to benefit local charities.
Before returning to the UK, Mrs Parker had been a keen runner with the Bahrain Hash House Harriers (HHH), was a member of several women's teams who ran in the Bahrain Relay Marathon and also entered the Bahrain Half Marathon and Bahrain Marathon.
The Hash House Harriers running club is active, as are international women's and men's groups.
Birmingham Hash House Harriers are staging a charity walk and run for Acorns Children's Hospice, setting off from the Colebrook pub in Shirley on October 30 at noon.
But its roots go back to the 1990s and a group of runners called the Eugene Hash House Harriers, sometimes known as a drinking club with a running problem.
They also ran with the Hash House Harriers, kept time for the Bahrain Marathon Relay and worked closely with the BSPCA.
In July, thousands of Hash House Harriers from around the globe descended on the Welsh capital for Inter Hash 2004.
Hash House Harriers, an ex-pats club set up in Malaysia in 1938, was started for people who wanted to stop getting fat while they were living and working abroad.
In Edinburgh, the Hash House Harriers running club sparked panic when they used piles of flour to mark a route past the US Consulate.