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beer garden

noun
1.
an outdoor tavern where beer and other alcoholic beverages are served.
Origin of beer garden
1860-1865
1860-65
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  • In the afternoon they took a drive out of the city to a beer-garden situated at the side of a pretty lake.

  • I studied it at college, and I've cultivated a sort of beer-garden German in Chicago.

    The March Family Trilogy, Complete William Dean Howells
  • Somehow they had missed the beautiful dream they had dreamed together eight years before in the beer-garden.

    One Woman's Life Robert Herrick
  • But the most popular of all places with this class of citizens is the beer-garden.

  • There is a beer-garden here, where several sober couples sit seriously drinking their beer.

    Saunterings Charles Dudley Warner
  • And he had visions of a quiet dinner with Richter under the trees at the beer-garden, where he could talk about Abraham Lincoln.

    The Crisis, Complete Winston Churchill
  • The band that performs at a Munich beer-garden is not the sort of band that can be ignored.

    Diary of a Pilgrimage Jerome K. Jerome
  • Horatio sat on the stoop in his shirt-sleeves, unchided, or went for long hours to a beer-garden he had found near by.

    One Woman's Life Robert Herrick
  • It is also in a ruinous state, is rented for $100 per year silver, and is used as a kind of beer-garden.

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