Examples of pub in a Sentence
We ate at a lot of good pubs on our trip to England last summer.
coworkers enjoying the convivial atmosphere of the Irish pub
Recent Examples of pub from the Web
For the more than 100 Iranians who packed Phoenix Landing, an Irish pub located about 5,900 miles from Tehran, there was only jubilation early Friday afternoon: Their team was about to win its opening World Cup game against Morocco.
Green said before heading in for an afternoon in an Irish pub in Volgograd.
That includes a restaurant and pub slated for the first floor expected to be complete next year, and an upscale restaurant on the second floor in 2020.
The Hamlin project is a large, mixed-use development with several restaurant projects coming later this year, including restaurants themed after Ford Motor Co., Al Capone-themed pizzeria and an English pub.
On the ground floor is the Taproom, a classic Irish pub with sawdust underfoot; on the second floor is the Occasional, a snug moody boîte that can be reserved for private affairs; and upstairs, the Parlor, a skinny and ambitious cocktail bar.
Detectives appealed for information from anyone who visited either the Zizzi restaurant or the Bishop's Mill pub in Salisbury on Sunday.
There was an old pub in the Chicago suburb of Forest Park called Maguire’s that attracted a regular clientele of basketball coaches and sportswriters.
Today, the phrase is most often seen emblazoned on shirts or in Irish pubs as people join in the celebration of St. Patrick's Day on March 17.
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PUB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pub for English Language Learners
: a building or room especially in Britain or Ireland where alcoholic drinks and often food are served
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