Of all the types of restaurants that have flourished in recent memory, the gastropub seems to have most thoroughly captu...

Of all the types of restaurants that have flourished in recent memory, the gastropub seems to have most thoroughly captured the public's attention, infiltrating nearly every facet of American dining. For a working definition of the contemporary gastropub, Eater turned to Restaurant Editor Bill Addison who put it succinctly: "I define a gastropub as a casual establishment, usually boisterous, with a near-equal emphasis on quality eating and drinking."

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