A restaurant or tavern, usually below street level, that serves beer.(noun)
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Use "rathskeller" in a sentence
"The "rathskeller" was Larry Blake's trademark, a subterranean beer hall where some of the Bay Area's best blues, jazz and R&B bands performed over the decades."
"The Siren, Tigre, is the mistress of the microphone, the torch singer of this underworld cabaret, a rathskeller existing on the perimeter of the stage where the deceased congregate to toast the good fortune of their mortality as we all watch the show together."
"And I like the people I've met in the blogosphere, as maligned as that make-believe world is in print and the corner rathskeller."