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bar·hop

 (bär′hŏp′)
intr.v. bar·hopped, bar·hop·ping, bar·hops Slang
To patronize a series of bars during an evening.

barhop

(ˈbɑːˌhɒp)
vb (intr)
to visit several bars in succession

bar•hop

(ˈbɑrˌhɒp)

v.i. -hopped, -hop•ping.
to go to a succession of bars or nightclubs, with a brief stay at each.
[1945–50]
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Retail never stops, and the Temple Street night market offers an alternative to barhopping.