- n a room or establishment where alcoholic drinks are served over a counter
- n tavern consisting of a building with a bar and public rooms; often provides light meals
- n a car that is closed and that has front and rear seats and two or four doors
- saloon And drinks there a small glass of wine; he tosses it offhis glass of wine.
- For it was brewers like Pabst and AnheuserBusch who monopolized the saloon business, controlled the licenses, exerted through the saloon an influence on public affairs.
- In the last decade or so, after almost a century of saloon art and horse operas that romanticized Indian fighters and white settlers, Americans have been developing a reasonably .
- Michael Vaughan in guardian.co.uk
I just want to see him back playing,said Vaughan. "I know he's going through a tough period. He's over in America in rehab for his ankle. I think it's his fourth ankle operation. It's his 'last-chance saloon' and we should all get behind...
- Neelie Kroes in GMA news.tv
At first, Kroes said, the companies showed a common resolve to rig the market when they started meeting secretly in Hamburg's Blauer Salon under the code name "the blue saloon group."
- Dustin Byfuglien in Chicago Daily Herald
It is what it is,Byfuglien told "The Afternoon Saloon" on WMVP-AM 1000. "It's part of the job. You're not going to stick in one spot the whole time, so I've got to go."