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pub crawl

A tour of local pubs or bars, usually with the purpose of having one or more drinks at each along the way. We're going on a literary pub crawl tonight to visit all the pubs the city's famous authors used to frequent. That's the last time I do a pub crawl; my body just can't handle that much booze anymore!
See also: crawl, pub

a ˈpub crawl

(British English, informal) a visit to several pubs, going straight from one to the next and drinking in each one: We went on a pub crawl last night.
See also: crawl, pub
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We previously brought our first Disney pub crawls to the city in April and we had over 400 people take part, all dressed up as their favourite characters from their favourite movies.
This is why the mayor should not be complaining because the pub crawls generate a lot of business to the scores of pubs and bars lining the sides of the streets of Ayia Napa.
The entire weekend that includes the pub crawl transportation on Friday night and the banquet on Saturday night is $80.
Twenty–three years earlier they had failed to complete the pub crawl and Pegg, who plays a character who is deliberately irritating, odious and pathetic, is determined, for reasons not immediately clear, that they really must drink that wrong right.
Tickets for the 24-beer pub crawl and food pairing cost $20 online and will be available for purchase at the door, the day of the event until 7:00 pm, June 29, 2013.
Carnage UK attracted controversy this week as these pictures emerged of the pub crawl kicking off in Cardiff with students vomiting in the streets and some girls being carried home unconscious.
FOUR Midland drinkers have just visited their 15,000th boozer on an incredible pub crawl that has lasted 26 years.
Tambien llamado bar tour, pub crawl o bar crawl, esta costumbre se extiende por todas las Islas Britanicas, Europa del Norte y algunos estados de los EE.
THANKS in no small part to the wishes of his 61-year-old victim, the organiser of a mass pub crawl has been spared jail and will instead get community service.
Griffin into my monogrammed Goyard garment bag and take her on safari, on a pub crawl through Ireland, or into Australia's outback.
Derek Reid and Jessica Freed were two actors guiding the exceptional Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, during which visitors are introduced to the real-life haunts of the city's astonishing roster of acclaimed writers .
The 18-year-old, from Crook, had spent the day on a pub crawl with work colleagues.
Authorities filed the pub crawl under "control of dancing sites and Celtic and Irish bars.
Following that, a pub crawl was arranged for first and second year students in October.
I RECENTLY took my oldest child on a pub crawl in town - a historic motherand-son bonding session now he's 18.