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lounge bar in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlounge barˈlounge bar noun [countable] British English  DFDDLa comfortable bar in a pub or hotel syn saloon bar, → public bar
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lounge barThey were in a lounge bar.The Union area includes a main hall, modern lounge bar facilities, a travel office, shop and cafeteria and disco-bar.The Beau Brummel Plus lounge bar with attractive Regency decor and good bar lunches.Michael ordered them both hot whiskies and they settled down in the lounge bar.Lunch served in the lounge bar.Both bars are serviced by a central servery through the lounge bar.The lounge bar looks out on the garden with two doors giving access to the terrace and seats some 100 persons.