dance hall

noun
a public establishment that, for an admission fee, provides its patrons with music and space for dancing and, sometimes, dancing partners and refreshments.

Origin:
1855–60, Americanism

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Example sentences
There was a dance hall, theater, trolley line and steamboats.
The congregation had at first hoped to convert the old building into a library
  or a dance hall.
Some people have been heard to say that the chandelier once hung in a dance
  hall.
She suggested leaving the dance hall where it is located.
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