The beer gardens merely prepare new victims for the eventual sacrifice of alcoholism.
Women carry small parcels of food to the theatre, to the tea and beer gardens, and thus save the small additional expense.
Let beer gardens and wine rooms be made respectable, as they are on the continent of Europe.
In Berlin or Vienna these popular resorts would be designated as beer gardens; here they are called tea-gardens.
In all our cities cheap and wholesome pleasures abound, music, beer gardens, great parks with playgrounds and dancing pavilions.
They strolled into the beer gardens and listened to music's power, while moistening their clay.
Then he saw him in the beer gardens with his friends, discussing metaphysical problems between business conversations.
The father was a contra bass player in the theater; he often had to play in dance halls and beer gardens, indeed where he could.
In European countries, cards can only be purchased from tobacconists or in beer gardens.
The beer gardens will especially recall Germany to the mind of the tourist.