How did a saloon become to be called a bar or pub in UK?!

Question: How did a saloon become to be called a bar or pub in UK!?
"Pub" is short for "Public House" (was also called "Beer House"), this term arrived from Medieval UK!.
As we all know "bar" is also a special type of counter on which drinks are served!. So establishment that used that type of counter, have became to be called "a bar"!.
"Saloon" originally was a room in a pub, where, for additional fee, some entertainment was provided, and the alcohol was served to the table!.
So saloons never "became to be called a bar or pub in UK"!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Different word roots!.

Saloon from the French salon!.

Bar also from the French barre!.

Pub from the English public house as opposed to private house!.

Tavern from latin tabernaWww@FoodAQ@Com

pub is short for public house
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