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lounge bar

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Definition of lounge bar in English:

noun

British
The smarter and more comfortably furnished bar in a pub: they sat in a corner of the lounge bar until closing time Compare with public bar.
More example sentences
  • Cookbooks line the lounge bar at the Inn - it's just a shame they didn't put them to better use in the kitchen
  • There is also a comfortable lounge bar and guest dining-room.
  • Accommodation in the two-storey premises comprises a ground floor public bar and a large lounge bar.

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