Pick-up point in drunken sots' pub (3,4)
I believe the answer is:
'pick-up point' is the definition.
'bus stop' can be an answer for 'point' (bus stop is a kind of point). I am not sure about the 'pick-up' bit.
'drunken sots' pub' is the wordplay.
'drunken' indicates an anagram.
'sotspub' is an anagram of 'BUS-STOP'.
'in' is the link.
Can you help me to learn more?
(Other definitions for bus stop that I've seen before include "Where to get picked up" , "Monroe movie" , "Public transport station" , "a bit of street furniture" , "Boarders here" .)