Definition of Weinstube in English:

Weinstube

noun

  • A small German wine bar or tavern.

    • ‘With fine menus and long wine lists, Weinstuben offer guests a selection of the regional specialties.’
    • ‘The Schroeders are planning to add a Weinstube, or wine bar, as a place to sit inside the restaurant and enjoy a glass of wine and conversation.’
    • ‘Much of Würzburg's nightlife takes place in its numerous Weinstuben (wine cellars).’
    • ‘This is the most visible Weinstube (wine tavern) in town, established 300 years ago.’
    • ‘Markets and restaurants are in walking distance of the campus - so are the Weinstuben, which start as soon a you pass through the medieval gate of the preserved city wall.’
    • ‘Its well-prepared cuisine of Bavarian and German dishes is priced about the same as that found in far less desirable beer halls and Weinstuben (wine taverns) nearby.’

Origin

German, literally ‘wine room’.

Pronunciation

Weinstube

/ˈvʌɪnˌstuːbə//ˈvaɪnˌʃtuːbə//ˈvʌɪnˌʃtuːbə/