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o′pen bar′


n.
a bar at a reception that serves drinks paid for by the host, through an admission charge, etc. Compare cash bar.
[1970]
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The next instant he was thrust inside, snarling his indignation and rage as he vainly flung himself at the open bars, while Del Mar was locking the stout door.
Grant, who led the way, turned into a field, through a pair of open bars, and entered a footpath, of but sufficient width to admit one person to walk in at a time.
According to Cruise Radio, Norwegian said in a statement, "Any guests sailing on Norwegian Sun and Sky after September 7, 2019, who booked a cruise which included Free Open Bar at time of purchase will still be able to enjoy the unlimited open bar."
Shotgun tee off begins at noon, concluding with the 19th Hole Celebration with open bar, dinner, raffle prizes and awards ceremony.
The event includes Lowcountry food, open bar, music and a silent auction of outdoor experiences.
The seaside Phoenicia will host renowned Arabic singers in its Grand Ballroom, including Nawal al-Zoghbi and Superstar finalist Melhem Zein, along with a three-course set menu and open bar ($350-650).
Tickets are available at AaAaAeA@1/440 with open bar for the entire evenin Island bar reservation will also be available for groups of six Guabians and over.
For NYE, the hotspot will step 100 years into the future with futuristic bash that includes a VIP open bar, music by Bobby French and Beefowl and midnight champagne toast. For table reservations email nightingaleNYE@sbe.com.
Tickets for the Ocean Club Grand Opening Party cost 200 euros (approx PS151) including a premium open bar and canapes (www.oceanclub.es).