pub crawl


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pub crawl

n. Slang
An excursion to a series of pubs or bars, one after another.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pub crawl - a tour of bars or public houses (usually taking one drink at each stop)pub crawl - a tour of bars or public houses (usually taking one drink at each stop)
tour, circuit - a journey or route all the way around a particular place or area; "they took an extended tour of Europe"; "we took a quick circuit of the park"; "a ten-day coach circuit of the island"
Translations

pub crawl

n (esp Brit inf) → Kneipenbummel m (inf); to go on a pub crawleinen Kneipenbummel machen (inf), → einen Zug durch die Gemeinde machen (hum inf); we’re off on a pub crawlwir machen die Kneipen unsicher
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The Free Original Budapest Walking Tour and the Original Budapest Pub Crawl are the most popular tours offered.
The partying and fun culture is part of its identity and it would be very unwise to clamp down on it, especially as it does not really affect family tourists that use the seaside hotels and venture into the centre of town early, before the revellers arrive; the club scene did not drive away families 15 years ago nor will today's pub crawl fad.
The critically-acclaimed real ale pub crawl takes punters to Ma Boyle's, Ye Hole In Ye Wall, Thomas Rigbys, The Excelsior and Dr Duncans.
Activities include "Bears at the Casino" night Thursday, pool parties both Friday and Saturday, a pub crawl Friday night with meal, and a banquet/ Toga/Bingo Party Saturday evening at Caesars Table.
STUDENTS are renowned for their love of a pub crawl.
Tom Hodkin used the battery-powered scooter to go on a pub crawl.
Fundraisers donned grass skirts, bikinis and garlands of flowers for a pub crawl in aid of an East Cleveland animal charity.
Kevin Fearon said: ``With drinks at a specially negotiated price of just pounds 1 each, this is a pub crawl that's guaranteed to be more than a laugh.
About 15 people living in the Canley area of the city - many in fancy dress - took part in a pub crawl with a difference.
A PUB crawl organiser who hit an elderly man after he complained about the noise was spared jail yesterday - when his VICTIM begged a judge for leniency.
Around 100 pieces ranging from portraits to abstracts were displayed during the pub crawl, with ten being sold.
The town's sheriff court heard the offence happened after Sellars, 28, and his team-mates had been on a pub crawl.