gastropub

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gas·tro·pub

 (găs′trə-pŭb′)
n.
A bar that serves food considered to be of high quality.

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Marcus also won Gastropub Chef of the Year in the Morning Advertiser's Top 50 Gastropubs awards 2010.
The Fountain is one of the trendiest gastropubs in the city and enjoys a fivestar rating on the TripAdvisor website.
TWO food-led watering holes will find out later this month if they can shout loud and proud about not just being the best gastropubs in the North East, but the whole of the UK.
The New Forest has smart hotels, chocolate box cottages and plenty of cosy gastropubs.
Brick House competes in the next-generation bar and grill segment, bringing traditionally urban gastropubs into suburban markets," said Ignite Restaurant Group President and CEO Ray Blanchette.
THE Butchers Arms in Hepworth has made it into the prestigious Top 50 Gastropubs 2013 for the first time.
And unlike some gastropubs which saw a revamp as an invitation to overprice, the Duke has pitched it right, attracting families and couples who frequent it on a regular basis.
We have a range of around 4,500 pubs - from community locals to gastropubs - for licensees to take on with the freedom to run them as their own individual business, as well as having the backing and support of a trusted partner.
Launched under the Gourmet Grill brand, the 160g Grillsteaks are packed 36 to a box and are targeted at hotels, restaurants and gastropubs as well as specialist fast food outlets and burger bars.
Newmark Knight Frank announced that the owners of gastropubs The Wren, Wilfie & Nell, Sweet Afton, and Bua are bringing their culinary and beverage specialties to 1590 Second Avenue, the former long-time home of Ship of Fools.
TWO Welsh gastropubs have been named among the best in Britain.
I prefer old-man pubs to Gastropubs, definitely," Stewart stated.