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beer garden

an outdoor tavern where beer and other alcoholic beverages are served.
Origin of beer garden
First recorded in 1860-65 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • No man goes home from a beer garden to beat his wife and children, because he has been made a madman by intoxication.

  • She sang for the beer garden customers, and they threw her dimes.

    The Messenger Elizabeth Robins
  • A good deal after mid-day, at a time dictated entirely by choice, and not custom, they made their way back to the beer garden.

    The Good Comrade Una L. Silberrad
  • Now is the time for the ruddy faced beer gardener to lay out his beer garden.

  • It began to rain and they entered a beer garden which had just been deserted by the guests in consequence of the rain.

  • Not that we ever got any beer or wine, because the beer garden was deserted, but we put on a great deal of style.

  • With them skating is a communal recreation, as beer garden concerts are.

    Woman as Decoration Emily Burbank
  • It was ten days from the time we settled in the beer garden, and we had kept our secret well.

  • He had never entered Old Dutch's beer garden; his choice was a hotel bar, anyhow; he avoided saloons.

    Mrs. Balfame Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

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