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Tavern - Wikipedia
Taverns were popular places used for business as well as for eating and drinking – the London Tavern was a notable meeting place in the 18th and 19th centuries, for example. However, the word tavern is no longer in popular use in the UK as there is no distinction between a tavern and an inn.
Taverns Recipe - Genius Kitchen
Taverns are similar to sloppy joes, just not as tomato-y; I have made these for many church and work pot-lucks by increasing the quantities. For Zaar I cut the recipe down to 4 servings. I have had this recipe for many years and really dont have a clue where I first came across it. Works great in the Crock Pot.
Tavern | Definition of Tavern by Merriam-Webster
a seedy section of the city's waterfront that was rife with cheap taverns, tattoo parlors, and run-down flophouses a colonial-era tavern that has been serving weary travelers for two and a half centuries
Taverns - definition of Taverns by The Free Dictionary
Taverns synonyms, Taverns pronunciation, Taverns translation, English dictionary definition of Taverns. n. 1. A place of business that serves alcoholic beverages and often basic meals. 2. An inn for travelers. n 1. a less common word for pub 2. US and Eastern...
M Street— Tavern
Tavern is the city’s cool-casual, “gastro-pub” concept. Established as a local “foodie favorite”, the inspired cuisine is fun and creative, yet accessible to most any palate. Tavern’s bar features an extensive list of wines, spirits, beers, and dazzling cocktails.
Tavern | Define Tavern at Dictionary.com
Tavern definition, a place where liquors are sold to be consumed on the premises. See more.
Here Be Taverns
Find inspiration for your next story or role playing game! Here Be Taverns generates random fantasy taverns to suit your mood and your story's setting. The perfect companion for dungeon masters running Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, Lord of the Rings, Dungeon World, Savage Worlds and other role playing games.