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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: hall - a hall or barroom featuring beer and (usually) entertainmentbeer hall - a hall or barroom featuring beer and (usually) entertainment
hall - a large room for gatherings or entertainment; "lecture hall"; "pool hall"
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Some of them go, with wife and children, to a beer hall and sit quietly and genteelly drinking a mug or two of ale and listening to music; others walk the streets, others drive in the avenues; others assemble in the great ornamental squares in the early evening to enjoy the sight and the fragrance of flowers and to hear the military bands play--no European city being without its fine military music at eventide; and yet others of the populace sit in the open air in front of the refreshment houses and eat ices and drink mild beverages that could not harm a child.
Hofbrauhaus is one of the most famous beer halls in Germany and offers a brewery tour.
Summary: From bustling beer halls off the Bahnhofstrasse to quirky hotspots in
Sports bars, wine bars, cowboy bars, beer halls, fern bars, and dive bars.
and we find them in a bleaker mood at kitchen tables and in beer halls, eating, texting, napping, gazing, snogging, waiting for a drink.
Although Munich's many beer halls, restaurants and cafes cater to tastes from around the world, the cuisine of Munich's home state, Bavaria, is still the favorite fare of locals.
As per the reports, the Botswana Breweries Limited (BBL) has invested P10million to build beer halls for their displaced retailers so as to comply with the beer regulations.
With beer halls and stores selling everything from the latest fashions to gourmet foods, Potsdamer Platz became a central meeting point for pre-war Berlin.
With Kisz Bier, my taste buds are brought back to those centuries-old Czech beer halls whenever I open a bottle.
MUNICH is a city built for drinking, with giant beer halls, small cafes and sophisticated wine bars everywhere.