Bar-hopping



Informal. to go to a succession of bars or nightclubs, with a brief stay at each.
Contemporary Examples

Diane Dimond on his personal angst, the dream home for sale—and his bar-hopping nights.
John Edwards in Exile Diane Dimond June 16, 2010

Diane Dimond on his personal angst, the dream home for sale—and bar-hopping nights chatting up single women.
John Edwards in Exile Diane Dimond June 16, 2010

verb

(also bar crawl or pub crawl) To go drinking from bar to bar (first form 1940s+; third 1915+)

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