private bar

private bar

n
(Commerce) Brit the saloon or lounge bar of a public house. Also called: the private Compare public bar
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They were in the Strand now, and he pushed open the swing-door of a public-house, and made his way into the private bar.
Holmes pushed open the door of the private bar and ordered two glasses of beer from the ruddy-faced, white-aproned landlord.
THE team behind Salt Dog Slims have launched a new private bar that harks back to the New York speakeasy era.
w/rich wood work,leather lounge chairs/sofas,flat screens w/a private bar for special events/parties.
Yes that's right; early arrivers at the track will be given access to the exclusive Mirror Punters Club hospitality suite with private bar overlooking the racecourse, and all you have to do is flash your membership card on entry
The stars kicked off their drinks party with endless trays of Red Bull and vodka, but soon drank their private bar dry, the report says.
I am confident that the private bar will step up during this unprecedented financial crisis and support LACCM with financial contributions," said lawyer Michael P.
The house has six bedrooms, four reception rooms, a fitness room, landscaped gardens, private bar and a tennis court.
Neath property developer Kerry Morgan, 50, who established a private bar on the side of his Briton Ferry home to beat the smoking ban, paid pounds 37,000 for Marc Bolan's famous Flying V guitar.
Those booking will get a two-course Winter Warmer menu with tea and coffee, goody bags for the kids, match programme and teamsheet, half-time refreshments, executive seating in the VIP area of the Riverside upper tier and a private bar facility.
Mr Humphries said around 70 Apartment customers currently paid the full membership rate of pounds 400 a year which gave them access to their own private bar.
OUR MSPs have decided they need a private bar in the new Parliament.