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Out on the Town

You use the phrase ‘Out on the Town’ to describe the act of going out to enjoy
yourself, particularly in the evening.

Example of use: “We went out on the town last night. First we had dinner, then we caught a comedy

Interesting fact about Out on the Town

No one is certain when the expression ‘out on the town’ was first used. The term became popular after a stage production called ‘Out On The Town’ was performed in 1944, and it gained even more popularity when a film by the same name was produced in 1949.