Definition of raw bar in English:

raw bar

Pronunciation /rô bär/ /rɔ bɑr/

noun

US
  • A bar or counter which sells raw oysters and other seafood.

    ‘Sit at the raw bar of the Union Oyster House and realize that by the Bay's natural rights you should see a dock just outside her windows!’
    • ‘The bar is placed on a rolling raw bar decorated with carved wooden fish.’
    • ‘Those in the know come here not only for the stylish menu and excellent charcuterie but also for the glistening raw bar.’
    • ‘After the show, the band and crew convene at the restaurant next door, a French place with good wines and a raw bar.’
    • ‘The crab imperial is terrific, and the raw bar is miles long and well stocked.’