barmuda triangle n. a concentration of bars or nightclubs on a street, at an intersection, or in a neighborhood. Editorial Note: The number of establishments is often less or more than three. Another popular variant is beermuda triangle. Etymological Note: From “Bermuda Triangle,” a place off the coast of Florida where myth has it that ships and airplanes disappear. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. Ben Teague says:

    Re the 1994 citation: The Barmuda Triangle in Athens, Georgia, has grown beyond Lumpkin Street and now extends all the way to the courthouse. Instead of a cozy neighborhood of three bars it’s now a sprawl of dozens. No Student Left Thirsty.

  2. Karen says:

    Getting ready to design a flag here for ‘working’ the south Florida Bars…

    Are there any T-shirts, slogans, banners, pennants….etc.
      Kno whut I mean???

    Already in circulation???

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