noun, plural bo·de·gas [boh-dey-guhz; Spanish baw-the-gahs]. /boʊˈdeɪ gəz; Spanish bɔˈðɛ gɑs/.
- a wineshop.
- a warehouse for storing or aging wines.
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Casa Bruja's Fula Farmacia Blond Ale sells for $1.95 at Bodega Mi Amiga.
"Right now beer is a trend," Bernardo Rivas, the owner of Bodega Mi Amiga tells me in the imported beer aisle.
Bodega Mi Amiga is the largest liquor store in the country—and the oldest, dating back to 1959.
One of the stores Pragnell is referring to is Bodega Mi Amiga, a veritable institution on Via Porras in downtown Panama City.
Bodega Mi Amiga sells every kind of liquor you can imagine, or that is legally allowed to be imported into Panama.
But when he did, the town knew that he had been to Bodega Central, and that the country was aflame with war.Carmen Ariza|Charles Francis Stocking
I went to their bodega with Mr. Ser and was shown through the whole institution by the manager.Journeys and Experiences in Argentina, Paraguay, and Chile|Henry Stephens
The visitors of the 18th and 21st would be Bodega Coast Miwok.
Me, I don't feel like drownin' in that engine room or gettin' cut in half by the bow o' the Bodega or the Aphrodite.Captain Scraggs|Peter B. Kyne
If, however, Drake landed in Bodega Bay, the situation would be somewhat different.