Bloody Marys are never afraid to be daring. The acidic cocktail is taken to the next level at these Washington, DC brunch spots.
Mike Isabella’s Bloody Mary selection may be limited, but he isn’t afraid to take a risk with his grilled green tomato and serrano chili version.
The Chesapeake Bloody Mary is capped off with down-home Maryland crab and is paired off with a horseradish panna cotta.
A Bloody Mary’s tomato base can handle a little bit of heat. This restaurant’s signature Bloody includes an organic infused pepper vodka made in-house.
Drink like a Texan during brunch with the Cowboy. Spiked with maple bourbon and A1 steak sauce and accompanied with smoked bacon & potato strings, you’re practically drinking a steak dinner with your eggs and toast.