A room or building in which alcoholic beverages are sold at a bar.(noun)
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Use "barroom" in a sentence
"Well, another kick I got on the abvolition of the barroom is the fact that you got to stay around home so much and that naturally leads. to having"
"The main barroom of the Plantation has some beautiful decor, too - old refrigerators with glass fronts and a great bar."
""I don't mind a good fight," Mr. May said the next day, recalling a barroom brawl he once got into in his early 20's at an Irish pub on Third Avenue."