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Of, relating to, or designating a venue, event, etc., at which one may consume an unlimited number of (usually alcoholic) drinks, typically for a fixed price.
1960s; earliest use found in Sunday Times (Salisbury, Maryland). From all you can drink (followed by a price), a slogan in advertisements from all [noun] + you + can + drink.
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