watering hole n. Informal In both senses also called water hole.
1. A small natural depression in which water collects, especially a pool where animals come to drink.
2. A social gathering place, such as a bar or saloon, where drinks are served: “a Warsaw restaurant that was once a cosmopolitan watering hole for actors and writers” (Newsweek).

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