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San Diego's Best for Bloody Marys

Bloody Marys are never afraid to be daring. The eye-opening cocktails go next level at these San Diego brunch spots.

Café 21

CalifornianNorth Park
4.5
Food
4.1
Decor
4.3
Service

The eclectic eatery’s take on the Bloody Mary may look classic upon first glance, but a skewer full of pickled vegetables and grilled prosciutto gives it an edge. If you’re not buzzed enough, add a 6 oz. draft beer chaser for only an additional $1.

Davanti Enoteca

ItalianLittle Italy
4.5
Food
4.5
Decor
4.4
Service

The Bloody Mary Bar has a variety of selections to pimp out your cocktail. Begin by spiking your Mary with your choice of spirit (vodka, gin, whiskey, or tequila), then go crazy with a wide variety of spices and sauces to round it out.

Café21

CalifornianGaslamp Quarter
4.5
Food
4.1
Decor
4.3
Service

The eclectic eatery’s take on the Bloody Mary may look classic upon first glance, but a skewer full of pickled vegetables and grilled prosciutto gives it an edge. If you’re not buzzed enough, add a 6 oz. draft beer chaser for only an additional $1.

Snooze an A.M. Eatery

BreakfastHillcrest
4.4
Food
4.2
Decor
4.2
Service

Mary took a vacation to Thailand and came back with the Bangkok Bloody, which is loaded with sriracha vodka and fish sauce.

JRDN Restaurant

CalifornianPacific Beach
4.2
Food
4.6
Decor
4.1
Service

This hotel restaurant takes their Tower 23 Bloody Mary to new heights with their upscale take on the tomato cocktail. The classic vodka is replaced with an infused cilantro/jalapeno one, the glass is lined with a bacon salt rim, and the entire drink is served with a “meal-on-a-stick” (which includes a handful of Italian meat staples).

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