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public bar

Brit a bar in a public house usually serving drinks at a cheaper price than in the saloon bar
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The applicant's name is Ray McCready, and the documents submitted to the council said: "Bebington Road and the immediate area has various public bars, some of which have closed.
The public bar retains its original counter, fixed bench seating, fireplace, two etched 'Bar' panels in the doors and unusual elliptical tables - the bar back, though, is a replacement.
There's a small back public bar plus a beamed and timbered smarter lounge with antique settles and sofas.
The main public bar, a small room jam-packed with memorabilia and a gas lamp, has played host to thousands of characters and celebrities over the years and grown men were said to be crying in their beer this week when Mr Thomas, a colossus among landlords, announced his retirement.
If the dollar amount is too little for the private bar, then it is too little for the public bar, as well.
I aim to make it into a popular and quality musical venue, also reintroducing the public bar, and developing a quality restaurant and steak bar alongside the famous weekend carvery.
The former pub includes a public bar, a games area and a lounge bar together with four-bedroom owner's accommodation.
Ondine is a fifteen-year-old, living with her family who own a popular hotel and public bar in the capital.
Four out of five public bar toilets tested showed traces of cocaine use.
The key features proposed for the two phase development comprise an Al Forno restaurant, public bar, carvery and function rooms in the renovated Yorkshire Dragoon.
Whether mingling with the locals in the public bar or enjoying 'live' music in the function room, you will always find a cheery air.
Creeper provides a natural screen to the public bar area under the seat rake and increases the feeling of intimacy and enclosure.

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