This week's definition is boulevardier.
There's a new French restaurant in Dallas called Boulevardier. I assumed that the name of the restaurant referenced a boulevard; however, as I was reading Bon Appetit Magazine's May 2013 issue, there was a reference to the drink, a Boulevardier.
Confused, I looked up the word, and it turns out that it's both a term referencing a person walking a boulevard and also a drink.
According to merriam-webster.com, the definition of boulevardier is
: a frequenter of the Parisian boulevards; broadly: man-about-town
The origin is from from the French word "boulevard."
The Boulevardier cocktail is a combination of bourbon, sweet vermouth and Campari.
Here's a recipe from BonAppetit.com:
Combine 2 ounces bourbon, 1 ounce Campari, and 1 ounce sweet vermouth in a large mixing glass filled with ice. Stir until glass is very cold, about 1 minute. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass or coupe or a rocks glass filled with fresh ice. Garnish with a lemon twist.