from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. Slang To patronize a series of bars during an evening.
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- v. To drink at a number of bars during a single day or evening.
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Upstairs at Max's was where I became pals with two young writers named Nick Tosches and Richard Meltzer, who took me on my very first barhop in '71, warning "Simmons -- we're gonna teach you how to drink."
We had dinner with all her friends and then continued to barhop.
They could barhop in Virginia-Highland, another nice Atlanta neighborhood, or go to this amazing alternative rock club called the Cotton Club and listen to music.
His busy eyes spotted an empty glass, and he signaled to a barhop.
Great re-releases that added to the barhop of Blake's venues in the movie: Thomas Canning's
And if you do go out in the rain, you certainly don't barhop.
A packed audience listened to pleas from iO Theater owner and director Charna Halpern and others as they described how a strip of Clark Street, a mainstay for Cubs fans to barhop after ballgames, will dramatically change if the complex is built at Clark and Addison streets.
The younger people - mainly those serving in the army just out of high school and those a bit older - would barhop, but patrons in their late twenties and older, like me, just wanted to sit, hang out, and watch sports.
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