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wine bar

a bar, especially of a café or restaurant, that features a variety of wines served by the glass.
Origin of wine bar
1935-40 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for wine bar
  • wine bar, beer, and sodas are available for purchase.
  • The property owners purchased and rehabilitated the building for use as a coffee shop and wine bar.
  • RW located a prospective tenant for a portion of the property to use the space as a wine bar.
  • Already constantly jammed, the restaurant is styled as a luncheonette during the day and a wine bar with small dishes at night.
  • There are several eating options located on site, including a cafe, a wine bar and a rooftop restaurant.
  • If you're craving wine and a salad or personal pizza, then the wine bar is where you'll get it.
  • On-site dining options include an upscale restaurant, a casual deli, a sweet shop and a wine bar.
  • The hotel features a swimming pool, wine bar and a meeting facility.
  • The facility features a patio and outdoor dining area, a smoking area, a full bar and a wine bar.
British Dictionary definitions for wine bar

wine bar

a bar in a restaurant, etc, or an establishment that specializes in serving wine and usually food
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Contemporary definitions for wine bar

a drinking establishment or counter that serves only wine

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