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Pastiche Food and Drink in Tucson

March 23, 2014 , ,

Pastiche opened in the neighborhood 16 years ago as a “modern eaterty”.  This year it was closed for a couple of weeks in January to update and remodel the space. The bar was made larger, walls changed and removed for a new look. The colors are beautiful and the new bar very classy.  We went for lunch and thoroughly enjoyed the new look and the old menu.  Bob had a sirloin steak and I had a grilled Portobello with asparagus.  I chose French fries as a first course, while Bob enjoyed a cup of the delicious shiitake mushroom soup.  Service was impeccable, which we have come to expect from Pastiche.  One addition they have made is to feature a very extensive list of whiskies by the glass.  I tried the Hochstadter’s Rock and Rye with my mushroom dish and thought it was a perfect match for the flavors in my entrée.  I like the fun of tasting  the different kinds of whiskey without investing in a bottle.  We left with some Irish whiskey pie to eat later at home. For me this restaurant rates  an A plus in all categories.  The menu is just the right size, and everything is always prepared perfectly.  Service is friendly and seamless.  The wine list and beers on tap make the patron choose from a very extensive selection, a pleasant problem the wait staff can help you solve.  We are happy this is just a hop, skip and a jump from home.  It has always been well run, and now is once more very modern.

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The portobello with asparagus looks fab



March 23, 2014

YUMMY looking food. You certainly are a happy camper


Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

March 24, 2014

The menu sounds tasty- especially since I just had celery and yogurt for lunch!! I hope to be enjoying my home grown asparagus soon!


Mary Bracker

March 26, 2014

Your garden must be very lavish, like your parents before you. Some guy named Paul Morse just e mailed me today and asked me about siblings in your family…I guess there is one unidentified in my tree..I just told him I only know you and am not sure even how many of you there are…Do you know a Paul Morse?? Paul Harder, BTW, is in Houston where Mona lives. He is in a home now.



March 27, 2014

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