And so, we now officially have "gastropub" as a bona fide word meaning "a pub, bar or tavern that offers meals of high quality." With all the gastropubs rolling out across the city, though, the word may connote more than it denotes, thus leading you to refer to the definition of "oversaturate."
Other food-related additions to Merriam-Webster's dictionary: "craft beer" ("a specialty beer produced in limited quantities"); "energy drink" ("a usually carbonated beverage that typically contains caffeine and other ingredients (as taurine and ginseng) intended to increase the drinker's energy"); and "flexitarian" (a person "whose normally meatless diet occasionally includes meat or fish").
On the inclusion of "flexitarian," an associate editor of Merriam-Webster explains, "As our society has become more aware of our eating patterns, we've seen a proliferation of its use. There are people who object to the very idea of being a flexitarian, and therefore to the existence of the word." To which we suggest that you see also: "foodie."