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rathskeller

rathskeller

noun raths·kel·ler \ˈrät-ˌske-lər, ˈrat-, ˈrath-\

Definition of RATHSKELLER

:  a usually basement tavern or restaurant

Origin of RATHSKELLER

obsolete German (now Ratskeller), city-hall basement restaurant, from Rat council + Keller cellar
First Known Use: 1766

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