roadhouse

[rohd-hous]
noun, plural roadhouses [rohd-hou-ziz] .
an inn, dance hall, tavern, nightclub, etc., located on a highway, usually beyond city limits.

Origin:
1855–60; road + house

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roadhouse (ˈrəʊdˌhaʊs)
 
n
a pub, restaurant, etc, that is situated at the side of a road, esp a country road

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Craftsman-style roadhouse with restaurant, bar, and lodging.
Above the bar, movies play soundlessly on a wall-mounted television, lending the place a roadhouse feel.
Take advantage of the roadhouse's recreational offerings.
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