Idioms about town. Part 2
Hit town - to arrive in town;
Man about town - when you next come to my town, try to find me (and we will get together);
One-horse town - a very small town; a small and backward town;
Out of town - temporarily not in one's own town;
Out on the town - celebrating at one or more places in a town;
Talk of the town - a subject of considerable gossip;
The only game in town - the only choice, which one must accept for want of a better one;
The toast of (the town) - someone who is especially well-liked, regarded, or admired in a certain place;
Town and gown - the inhabitants of a college or university town and the students and personnel of the college.
The minute he hit town, he checked into a hotel and took a long nap.
I'll go out of town next week. I'm going to be at a conference. I take care of Mary's cat when she's out of town.
I'm really tired. I was out on the town until dawn. We went out on the town to celebrate our wedding anniversary.