A licensed victualler,ie a public house keeper who sells food,spirits,beer,etc to be consumed on the premises
Two guys wandered into a bar. One of the men shouted to the barkeeper, "Hiya, Mike. Set them up for me and my pal here."
In a poor district in Paris, in the year 1775, there was a wine shop, the owner of which was Monsieur Defarge.
Beautiful，functional, world-class interiors for your home, resorts and hotels.
The landlord of the Sol's Arms, finding Little Swills so popular, commends him highly to the jurymen and public
Chalk sth up(to sb/sth);give credit(to sb or sb's account)for sth,esp drinks,etc bought in a pub
As usual, there was no definite rule against talking to proles and frequenting their pubs, but it was far too unusual an action to pass unnoticed
"Involved in health care, food processing or catering, the hospitality or pharmaceutical industries?"
Through the open doorway the bar squirted out whiffs of ginger, teadust, biscuitmush
The dishes for a family dinner in our restaurant are high in quality and low in price, sufficient in quantity and unique in flavour.