bar-hopping

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bar-hopping

[ˈbɑːˌhɒpɪŋ] N (US) to go bar-hoppingir de bar en bar, ir de copeo
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A free Sunday concert at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion is the perfect way to unwind after a Saturday night bar-hop in the thumping Gaslamp Quarter - of course all well-deserved after a 2-day conference (Thursday and Friday) at the Crowne Plaza San Diego Hotel.
Locals and visitors alike bar-hop, stopping for small bites and glasses of wine at a number of different places.
At one time, it was planned to create another "Newcastle Quayside" where revellers could bar-hop across the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, but council chiefs have done a u-turn and decided on an area where families feel comfortable to visit at any time of day or night.
On weeknights, he and a cadre of young consultants bar-hop. Alex's salary approaches six figures and his new gig is with a high-tech monolith.
West of the cathedral, leading away from Passeig des Born, is the La Lonja area of the city, which comes alive from about 8pm, when the countless tapas bars and bodegas (traditional Spanish wine bars) open their doors and locals and visitors bar-hop, stopping for small bites and glasses of wine at a number of different places.
It's also got a handy bar-finder so you can bar-hop your way to a happy night.
The beauty of it is that you can bar-hop between venues as if you were at a summer festival - but without the hassle of sleeping in a tent, having it washed away in a flood, getting lost in a field and forgetting your own name."