wine bar

noun
a bar, especially of a café or restaurant, that features a variety of wines served by the glass.

Origin:
1935–40

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

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Main Entry:  wine bar
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a drinking establishment or counter that serves only wine
Usage:  cooking
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Example sentences
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.
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