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A beer hall or restaurant in a basement.
- ‘I was there prowling for pierogies last week, and that's how we ended up in a rathskeller of a place called the Polish Village Café.’
Early 20th century: from obsolete German (now Ratskeller), from Rathaus town hall + Keller cellar, denoting the place where beer and wine were sold.
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