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public bar

n
1. (Commerce) Brit a bar in a public house usually serving drinks at a cheaper price than in the saloon bar. Also called: the public Compare private bar
2. (Brewing) Brit a bar in a public house usually serving drinks at a cheaper price than in the saloon bar. Also called: the public Compare private bar
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Not since with Joe, at Shelly Hot Springs, with the one exception of the wine he took with the Portuguese grocer, had Martin had a drink at a public bar.
essentially it's fully ready and people will be able get food and drink, have a bet and watch racing in the two public bars, while the owners' and trainers' facility will also be open.
Citywest Hotel, which revamped its public bars earlier this summer, and its plans to launch a new restaurant will coincide with the renovation of the Hotel's Lobby, Lounges, and all public areas by the end of 2016.
The new commercial package with the brand, which has been the 'official brew' of England Cricket since 2013, will see it served on match days at all members' and public bars, in match-day hospitality and at conference and events at Edgbaston stadium.
As well as the lounge and public bars the famous venue comes with six en suite bedrooms.
She said that in the 1960s, women were not allowed into public bars in Australia and now bars and clubs actively market themselves to women.
There is no provision for separate lounge and public bars, and no capacity to maintain public use while part of the public house accommodates a function or community activity.
There was no carpet in the public bars - usually just lino - and even in the 1960s the old traditional spit and sawdust floors were disappearing.
THERE will be no public bars at the new national rugby ground at Cardiff Arms Park.
And in a crackdown on drink, fans will be limited to just one pint of beer each at public bars.
The hotel has conference rooms, private and public bars and a restaurant.

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