When that happened, it was like Frank Sinatra telling a saloon singer he was good.
The Horse You Came in On saloon, Baltimore Horse-themed bars must be bad luck for famous authors.
Along this sky-high route, nearly every 19th-century saloon or historic hotel has a ghost story to tell.
But he went to the saloon, for it was possible that some one might treat him.
He thought of the grinning men of the saloon; the hidden words.
The minor is not prevented in the cigar store joints from gaming any more than he is prevented from drinking at the saloon bar.
My saloon luckily has a dome, and under the dome we placed it.
In the store and about the clay floor of Mr. Hanrahans saloon, blanket-bedded and sound asleep, lay twenty-one men.
We four, with one other, sat at a small table in the saloon.
Unable to endure the atmosphere of the saloon any longer, you make a grand effort and return to the upper regions.
1728, anglicized form of salon, and originally used interchangeable with it. Meaning "large hall in a public place for entertainment, etc." is from 1747; especially a passenger boat from 1817, also used of railway cars furnished like drawing rooms (1842). Sense of "public bar" developed by 1841, American English.