gastropub

noun
gas·tro·pub | \ˈga-strō-ˌpəb \

Definition of gastropub 

: a pub, bar, or tavern that offers meals of high quality

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Capdeville opened in 2010 and was one of the first New Orleans businesses to embrace the gastropub label, signifying it as a bar that takes food seriously. Brett Anderson, NOLA.com, "Capdeville, a New Orleans gastropub, closed, leaving employees unpaid," 9 May 2018 After jumping into the restaurant industry at 25, Bayani moved from sandwich shops to fine dining to cocktail bars and gastropubs. Shelbie Lynn Bostedt, RedEye Chicago, "Rising Chicago chef on the city's best spots and bringing spring to Presidio," 7 June 2017 But the duke, who is deputy chairman of Sotheby’s and owns two small hotels and three gastropubs in the U.K., recognized that the environment for booksellers had become more competitive and wanted to ensure the shop’s future. Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg, WSJ, "From a London Bookstore to the U.S. Reader," 5 July 2018 The former Ariel’s Grotto and Cove Bar is now Lamplight Lounge, Disney‘s take on a California gastropub. Arthur Levine, USA TODAY, "Disneyland's new Pixar Pier: Is it Incredible?," 10 July 2018 Our brunch menu is a good illustration of gastropub cuisine. Bruce Ingram, chicagotribune.com, "Guide to outdoor dining in Chicago suburbs: The Harp and Fiddle in Park Ridge," 5 July 2018 The graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena was executive chef for a small restaurant group in Culver City, specializing in high-end gastropub-style fare. Daily Pilot Staff, latimes.com, "Biz News: Pacific Symphony names new concertmaster," 4 May 2018 Since 2011, the duo has operated a gastropub by the same name in downtown Mountain View. Justin Phillips, SFChronicle.com, "Temescal beer scene overflows as new gastropub Bierhaus takes shape," 25 June 2018 For a reserve option, most big Russian cities have other options like Italian or sushi restaurants, or a European-style gastropub with gourmet burgers and craft beer. James Ellingworth, Fox News, "Dining Russian-style at the World Cup," 7 June 2018

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1996, in the meaning defined above

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