An inn, restaurant, or nightclub located on a road outside a town or city. (noun)
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Use "roadhouse" in a sentence
"Mr. WEINZWEIG: Right now I'm actually very high on what we call the roadhouse bread."
"Refurbishing former tonic water factory digs with their own four hands, the husband & wife team behind Mable's stocked their airy, industrial barn-steezed "roadhouse" with long communal tables set with chairs they either built themselves or sourced from flea markets, a giant buck head shot by the owner's cousin, and a central bar lit by hanging rusted buckets, setting the mood for anyone looking to get nailed."
"While defending my country during the Korean Police Action, I was in the Air Force teaching Electronics at Scott Air Force Base in Belleville Ill. I often found myself with friends drinking beers in a "roadhouse" about five miles from my base."