One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A social occasion at which pies and beer are served.‘pie nights were an institution in footy clubs’
- ‘The suds at this former laundromat are no longer soap—especially on Tuesdays, for the ever-popular $10 pint and pie night.’
- ‘They all won a place on the list joining a cast of footy pie night favourites.’
- ‘The menus are pretty much the same as those served in other pubs, and you might want to time your visit with the Wednesday pie night.’
- ‘The pub now has theme nights, including a pie night.’
- ‘See you at the beer and pie night on 24 April.’
- ‘The local publican no doubt had supplied the keg for the pie night, and was very keen to let all and sundry know that he was the club's major backer.’
- ‘Be sure to make a booking for Monday's pie night, when both savoury and sweet dessert pies are available.’
- ‘The pie night at the football club sold out in half the time.’
- ‘In my view, the sausage roll was the gastronomic highlight of the pie night.’
- ‘They were awarded the 2012 premier's shield last Thursday at the club's selection meeting and pie night.’
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