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A part of a British traditional pub. No longer present in most establishments.
In Britain and Ireland, an enclosed four-to-six seat car body style with a separate trunk, known in some other countries as a sedan.
The principal room of an 18th century mansion, the saloon is often at the centre of a suite of state rooms, also called a salon.
The main cabin in a small boat or yacht, where the crew live, eat, and, depending on the size of the boat, may also sleep.
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really didn’t fit our classic idea of what a saloon looks like, but rather, were hastily thrown together tents or lean-to's where a lonesome traveler might strike up a conversation, where a cowman might make a deal, or a miner or a soldier might while away their off hours.
Saloons also served up volumes of beer, but in those days the beer was never ice cold, usually served at 55 to 65 degrees.
In almost every saloon, one could depend on seeing the long paneled bar, usually made of oak or mahogany, and polished to a splendid shine.
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