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similar to absinthe but containing no wormwood

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I don't think he's ever had a real failure," says Paul Sevigny, the DJ turned nightclub owner who cited Pastis and other McNally restaurants as inspirations for many of his own ventures (from the Beatrice Inn to his new SoHo boite, Paul's Casablanca).
In the afternoon, champagne, beer and more pastis at around 5pm, to finish off the bottle.
That is why--back home in Eureka, California--I turned my narrow side yard into a cocktail garden as I did research for my forthcoming book, The Drunken Botanist: The Plants That Create the World's Great Drinks, Inspired by the bold, sophisticated colors of the liqueur bottles I've seen, I came up with a palette of violet, burgundy, chartreuse, and pale pastis blue-green.
We enjoyed a pastis in the square, cafes and restaurants packed with people enjoying the weekend - a raucous game of boules was going on.
WHY anyone would want to mix pastis with sweet wine is a mystery.
Set up in 1975, Pernod Ricard holds a portfolio of brands such as Absolut Vodka, Ricard pastis, Ballantinea[euro](tm)s and Jameson Irish whiskey among other.
Citroen C5 As French as Nicholas Sarkozy wearing a beret, riding a black bicycle whilst drinking pastis and singing the Marseillaise, the C5 is a big French motor of the old school.
He goes into a bar and orders pastis, knocking it back in one jerk of his arm.
However, "Pearls Before Swine" creator Stephan Pastis realized there was a problem when he began talking to younger readers across the country.
Pastis, an artistic duo established in 2006 comprising the brothers, Marco and Saverio Lanza, were invited to film the making of Marni's pilot store, recreated in a huge space near Milan.
The pair, in perfect health, have lived together in a family home for the past five years and are partial to tarot card reading and their favourite tipples: pastis for Raymonde and whisky for Lucienne.
It is similar to several kinds of alcoholic beverages available around the Mediterranean, Middle East, and Colombia, including pastis, ouzo, sambuca, arak, anise castellano and aguardiente.
I entered the French-style bistro Pastis to be hit smack in the face by bustle and commotion.
Larry Poston, of the Waverly Inn and Pastis, and Johnny Swet, of Balthazar and Freeman's, have recently purchased the Ninth Avenue location that once housed Marylou's.