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Seattle's Best for Bloody Marys

The possibilities can be endless when it comes to Bloody Marys. Check out these spots around town for a different take on a brunch favorite.

  • Monsoon
    • Vietnamese
    • Capitol Hill
    Food
    26
    Decor
    21
    Service
    22
    Cost
    $38

    It would be hard to pass up a Bloody Mary made with Bellringer gin, a kiss of Helbing Kummel (caraway), reduced phở broth, spiced tomato, & pineapple sangrita.

  • Bastille Cafe & Bar
    • French
    • Ballard
    Food
    24
    Decor
    26
    Service
    22
    Cost
    $35

    The French menu keeps it classic with vodka, tomato, spices, and house pickles.

  • King's Hardware
    • Bar
    • Ballard
    Atmo.
    23
    Decor
    21
    Service
    20
    Cost
    I

    The Bloody Maria involves habanero tequila, a housemade Bloody Mary mix, TabbyCat pickled veggies, and lime.

  • Linda's Tavern
    • Bar And Grill
    • Capitol Hill
    Atmo.
    22
    Decor
    18
    Service
    19
    Cost
    I

    Seasoned and spicy Bloody Marys with a garnish of lemon, lime, pepperoncini, olives, pickled carrot, green bean, and celery, or a Buffalo Mary equipped with a piece of buffalo jerky.

  • Brave Horse Tavern
    • American
    • South Lake Union
    Food
    22
    Decor
    23
    Service
    19
    Cost
    $23

    Try the Bloody Scotsman, with Bank Note 5-year-old scotch and house Mary mix.

    • Seafood
    • Fremont
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    M

    The Big Sky Bloody is made with dill and rosemary vodka, house Mary mix, pickled veggies, and boquerones. The Bloody Baller is topped with a poached prawn and oyster on a  half shell.

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