wet bar

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wet bar (plural wet bars)

  1. An area for the preparation of alcoholic drinks, equipped with a countertop having a sink and running water and usually located in a home, hotel room, or similar quarters.
    • 1995, Neal Stephenson, "The Great Simoleon Caper," Time, 1 March:
      We are sitting in a skybox high up in the Superdome, complete with wet bar, kitchen, waiters and big TV screens.


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