Definition of cantina
1 Southwest : a pouch or bag at the pommel of a saddle
2 Southwest : a small barroom : saloon
Examples of cantina in a Sentence
we spent an interesting evening in that desert town's lone cantina
Recent Examples of cantina from the Web
Wedding bells rang this weekend from Taco Bell's Las Vegas cantina location when a New York City couple became the first people to tie the knot at the fast food restaurant.
There often is a wait for a seat at the 75-person-capacity cantina.
The cantina's decor features a mixture of sci-fi influences and is also heavy on Tunisian design, similar to a certain Mos Eisley watering hole (but just different enough not to stoke ire from Disney lawyers).
Rogelio Gonzalez, a cantina proprietor in Atlacomulco, says the PRI deserves to win.
Star Wars characters have traditionally taken their drink in rough-and-tumble places such as the Mos Eisley cantina and Maz Kanata’s bar.
That theme is a recurring architectural motif, for example with a beverage stand and cantina made to look like they were built for industry by humans but then overrun by plant life.
Consider this: A 10-hour marathon of the Mos Eisley cantina band music -- part of which is interpolated into the disco Star Wars theme -- has 6 million views on YouTube.
Life on the streets Mexico City comes at you fast, in multitudes, on streets lined with funky bars, glass towers, rundown houses, taco stands, cantinas, designer shops, fancy restaurants, artsy hotels.
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