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  • n. Plural form of sazerac.


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  • Masterpiece martinis and gimlets are simple but rare, and perfectly made old-fashioneds, daquiris and sazeracs are scarcer still, but we've found five New York bars where traditional recipes and time-honored technique get the respect they deserve, and you get the classic cocktail you came for.

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  • And somewhere between the sazeracs and the rusty nails, I attended a series of enlightening seminars (each accompanied by appropriate cocktails, of course).

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  • Think sazeracs and chocolate martinis are for amateurs?

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  • When you see Bobby Hebert, wearing nothing but a tastefully embroidered sash with a Brees/Bush/Payton/Vilma Rushmore tableau, jumping out of a black and gold king cake delivered by Ken Stabler, who offers you an Igloo full of sazeracs to wash down the cake, you will know my inclination in the Super Bowl.


  • "Attn Humanitarians: For tonight and tomorrow, a 100% of profits from all sazeracs and old fashioneds will be donated to the Red Cross to help relief in Haiti."

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  • this was taken thursday or friday one of the many, many cute kids out on the floor he looks just like his teddy lodge room bar, good sazeracs here, food was lame though maryjane' for sunday breakfast, got me supercharged tho'...

    Archive 2008-07-01


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