buffet flat
 n.— «The “buffet flat” is thus termed because it is possible to buy all kinds of liquor in these places at all hours—and for all prices.» —“It Takes an Out-of-Town Minister Really to See Chicago Vice” by Gene Morgan Chicago Daily Tribune Feb. 19, 1911. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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