These twists on the classic will change the way you think about cocktails at brunch.
With eight different versions of the classic Bloody Mary to choose from, you may need to schedule a few visits.
The "Bloody Caesar" is made with house-cured-maple-bacon-infused vodka and served with - what else? - a strip of crispy bacon. If that's not enough for your carnivorous palate, try the "Meaty Mary", made with vodka infused with Sunday’s topside of beef plus a bit of the Sunday roast gravy.
The "Red Snapper" uses gin instead of vodka and hot sauce instead of cayenne pepper.
Unlike any Bloody Mary you've seen before, this version is served as a clear liquid containing clarified tomato juice and vodka distilled with pigs' blood & black pudding.
The "Bloody Warhol" comes with your choice of beef-jerky-infused whiskey or vodka and is served in the iconic Campbell's soup tin.
Mixology can be a subtle art, but sometimes the difference-maker is as simple as this: the "Bonnie Mary" is served with an oyster on top.