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cocktail bar

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcocktail barˈcocktail ˌbar noun [countable]  an area in a hotel or other place where you can buy cocktails as well as beer and wine
Examples from the Corpus
cocktail barA cocktail bar, with two or three bar stools in front of it, took up the whole of one corner.If the plans get the go-ahead the Inn will become a hotel, pub and nightclub with a restaurant and cocktail bar.The origins of the hotel are also apparent in the impressive entrance hall, cocktail bar and lounge.The smart cocktail bar is an ideal meeting place with a pleasant atmosphere and the restaurant serves a good selection of food.They met in the cocktail bar of the Richemond.
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