The possibilities are endless when it comes to creating the perfect Bloody Mary.
How can you say no to $2 Bloody Marys?
If you will, try Frank’s “Red Headed Stranger.” It's made with bacon-infused Tito’s Vodka, housemade mix, bacon, cheddar cheese, jalapeño-stuffed olives, and pepperoncini.
Sake and vodka marry with Hopfields's spicy house mix and house pickles for a Bloody Mary that won't be denied.
Stubb's combines beef marinade, wing sauce, and barbecue sauce to create its Bloody Marys. make them how you like 'em at the build-your-own bloody bar.
This Bloody Mary is simply ridiculous. No need to order an entree because this cocktail comes topped with a bevy of indulgent snacks like taquitos, chicken nuggets, corn dogs and sometimes even a mini-burger.
The Sunday brunch menu includes a Bloody Mary bar that carries infused vodka, okra, carrots, bacon, celery, pickles, peppers, olives, asparagus, and cherry tomatoes.
The Holy Mary is a meal on its own. Served in a mason jar, the architects of the drink manage to combine a quart of smoked tomato bloody mix, Forty Creek whisky, house BBQ sauce, and finish it with half a pound of meat - brisket, sausage and spare ribs.