Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The glassware and other items used in preparing alcoholic drinks.

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  • noun Drinking utensils that lack a stem, such as beer mugs

Etymologies

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bar +‎ ware

Examples

  • The framed photographs and art that filled the restaurant—including pieces signed by the likes of Jamie Wyeth and Tony Bennett —will also be auctioned off, as will more mundane items like flatware, napkins and barware.

    Table Available at Elaine's

  • There is also the barware collection available that comes with beautiful crystal decanters, matching glasses, carafes and ice buckets.

    Glass Rare | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal Five months ago, Bar Keeper, a vintage barware shop in Silver Lake, Calif. got its retail liquor license.

    Bits & Bites

  • Sunset Blvd.; barkeepersilverlake.com a craft-cocktail shop for bitters and barware, and Secret Headquarters 3817 W.

    Los Angeles

  • The hotel's new 1,700-square-foot Tiffany Suite features a private dining room dressed in the jeweler's trademark blue and stocked with Tiffany barware, crystal and china.

    Haute Hotel Happenings

  • Those with reason to visit the factory are told to walk past the Boundless Grounds coffee shop, which perfumes the air with fresh coffee and chili, and past Fritz's prize-winning high school Chippendale secretary at the front of the antiques mall, a cluttered maze of 35 open booths, overflowing with handmade quilts, old Life magazines, funky '50s barware and vintage furniture.

    Against the grain: Keith Fritz left the path to the priesthood to create divine furniture

  • She is also a contributor to Houston lifestyle publication 002; her September article, on vintage barware, can be read at www. 002mag.com.

    Reyne Haines: New Show on NBC on Collecting

  • Decorator Miles Redd corrals barware and bottles in a bright tray.

    Your Own Proper Drinks Station

  • Even the marble wet bars are a cut above, flashing a selection of Schott Zwiesel barware, private-label wine and 200-milliliter bottles of premium spirits.

    Dawna L. Robertson: Swinging in the Rays

  • She is also a contributor to Houston lifestyle publication 002; her September article, on vintage barware, can be read at www.002mag.com.

    Reyne Haines: New Show on NBC on Collecting

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