pub crawl

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a tour of bars or public houses (usually taking one drink at each stop)

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He was off-duty when he went to the McDonald's after a night of bar-hopping with friends.
Then we see Courtney, a partying, bar-hopping young bride-to-be getting married on a whim, who stands in line with her seemingly much more conservative mother, Sybil, who has some of the wittiest sharp-tongued exchanges and most surprising moments in the show.
Will audiences empathize with a broke Bill Murray bar-hopping amid the wartime chaos of Afghanistan?
Whether these friends have become "wasted" because of bar-hopping is not specified.
Sloshed Santas stormed the Big Apple, bar-hopping across Manhattan and Brooklyn and turning city sidewalks into woozy seas of red and white, the New York Daily News reported.
Seaside seduction: The Legian & The Club, Bali, Indonesia For boutique-shopping, bar-hopping and beach-flopping, it's hard to beat Seminyak, Bali's most style-savvy strip.
Smack in the middle of Hamra's bar-hopping row, Calibri broadcasts all major sporting events with commentary on multiple TVs.
The idea for the song's hook came first, then came some bar-hopping to do research.
"The less public Ebert can be found in Life Itself: A Memoir, which, despite its drab title, is an interesting mix of middle-class Midwestern upbringing, newspaper war stories, bar-hopping and glimpses of heavyweight film directors and actors (although no actresses, for some reason)." CLINT O'CONNOR
Memories of bar-hopping, clubbing and the mornings after came flooding back as we sat in a caf overlooking the bay and watched as a group of English girls, all hung over, struggled to cope with the dazzling sunlight.
And, whether you are shopping, bar-hopping or visiting the city's cultural attractions, the Grand Central's city centre location makes it the perfect base for making the most of all that Glasgow has to offer.
Nicola has her newfound fame as a style icon, Kimberley her TV career and Sarah's bar-hopping antics keep the paps in a job.
With a cougar, bar-hopping mother, she tries to be the responsible one in their household, keeping everything together.
In cyberspace no one can hear you slur and bar-hopping is a lot easier than a 200-yard slog to the next boozer.
Think super-rich slackers cruising around in Mumbai in swanky cars or bar-hopping for a living to get a rough idea of their carefree existence.