full bar

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full bar (not comparable)

  1. (US) Serving liquor, not only beer and wine (of a bar or restaurant).
  2. (catering) Provisioned with standard liquors (vodka, gin, whisky, rum, tequila), together with mixers, but of a middle (inoffensive but inexpensive) grade. Contrasted with premium bar and super-premium bar, which carry higher grades of liquor.

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  • (A restaurant licensed to serve alcohol): BYOB

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