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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